All of the images stored on MarineLifePics.com
are copyright protected. All images were taken by and are the sole property of
wildlife photographer Andy Murch. None of the images are royalty free.
Therefore, under no circumstances can any images be downloaded or copied (either
in part or in their entirety) without the express permission of the Andy Murch
or his appointed representatives at MarineLifePics.com
Regardless of the intended usage (be it
commercial, non-profit, personal use, etc) any person whether acting
independently or representing a company or organization asking to utilize one or
more of the images in this database will be asked to pay a fee.
If you would like to receive a quote for an image
that you wish to reproduce, please send an email to
info(at)marinelifepics.com containing the following information:
Your name and the
name of the company wishing to license the image.
The image name and number e.g.
Basking Shark 002
The intended usage e.g.
book interior, book cover, magazine, poster, calendar, web use, museum or
aquarium display, etc.
The intended print run
The time frame, e.g.
one year, five years, in perpetuity, etc.
Any other information
you feel is pertinent.
Please note that we spend a great deal
of time on photography expeditions (usually underwater). Therefore, please
contact MarineLifePics.com via email whenever possible.
P.O.Box 8719 Station Central, Victoria, BC, V8W 3S3,
MarineLifePics.com is a
straight forward, low tech database of marine images intended to be enjoyed by
the public and utilized by individuals or companies in need of high quality and
often difficult to find images.
All of the images
showcased on MLP are the work of nature photographer Andy Murch. Andy is a free
lance photojournalist specializing in sharks, rays and other marine megafauna.
In the pursuit of extraordinary images of large marine predators, Andy
inevitably comes in contact with many other species. MarineLifePics.com is a
portal for showcasing Andy's extensive portfolio.
Andy is also the Founder
and Expediton Leader at
and the creator of
which contains a wealth of information about shark diving especially with
illusive species. In 2012 Andy started the Predators in Peril Project; an
organization that raises awareness about many lesser known but critically
endangered species. Find out more about Andy's work at