Ernesto has been a photography enthusiast since 2005 focusing mostly on travel and commercial work, like stock images and weddings. However, since 2020 Ernesto turned his camera toward the ocean and became heavily involved in underwater photography.
The #NikonTraveler, Ernesto uses the Nikon D850 in an Ikelite underwater housing for all his underwater images.
This spotted moray has a defensive stance in her sunken home. © Ernesto Gamiz
The array of mobula make for one dynamic tapestry in the shallows of Baja California. © Ernesto Gamiz
This feathered structures really catch my eye, the finesse of their composition is astounding. © Ernesto Gamiz
This neon gobby makes for a standout portrait in a coral. © Ernesto Gamiz
Doubtful stare from this seal lion pup.. as though he doubted my intentions! © Ernesto Gamiz
This lizardfish has striking eyes, the amount of colors and the reflection make it something truly impressive. © Ernesto Gamiz
Resembling a lizard, this goby keeps an eye out from his brain coral floor. © Ernesto Gamiz
This curious sea lion flips and turns as he approaches me to blow some bubbles and nibble at my flippers. © Ernesto Gamiz
The murky waters of La Paz crawl with life as we ready our descent in the holiday season of December. © Ernesto Gamiz
Ernesto Gamiz has traveled the world over with his Nikon camera taking travel images professionally, capturing married couple's favorite moments at their wedding, and shooting the beauty of nature. Since 2020, Ernesto put his Nikon D850 into an Ikelite Underwater Housing and began a passionate exploration of underwater photography. Find more of Ernesto's travel, nature, and underwater images on his website and follow him on Instagram @erzimag for more #NikonTraveler related adventures.