As an avid adventurer and nature photographer, Eduardo spends a lot of time in the wild. His photographs have been published in diverse newspapers and magazines, among them the Diver, Photo News and Canadian Geographic magazines, and his articles about nature and travelling are periodically published in the Scuba Diving magazine Tiempo de Fondo (“Bottom Time”) in Argentina.
Several web sites like Vancouverscubadivingschool and CoolDives also feature Eduardo’s work.
In July 2014, the Pacific Northwest Diver magazine published an article about his photography.
Also in 2014, his images of a beluga whale and a sockeye salmon were featured in one of the Canadian Geographic Education giant floor maps for kids, used in schools all over Canada.
In 2015 the same image of a beluga whale was featured in a new giant floor map, this time of the Arctic.
His passion for wildlife has led him to experience a wide variety of animal encounters, among them swimming and scuba diving with sharks, sea lions, whale sharks and beluga whales.
In his own words:
Although some years ago I took a few pictures using film, it wasn’t until the first digital camera came to my hands that I developed this passion for photography. I was (and still am!) amazed by the versatility and enormous possibilities the digital field has to offer, so once I got started… I just couldn’t stop!
Nature is my favourite subject, especially underwater life, although sometimes I also shoot architecture, lights, movement…
As a testimonial of the walked path (and also as a reminder to myself!), I am including here my first underwater shot ever, taken on film several years ago, using a plastic disposable camera:
Can you see the spider crab…?
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