Frequently Asked Questions 

What camera gear do you use?

I shoot with Sony mirrorless cameras. I began shooting with the Sony NEX-5 in 2010. My primary camera is the Sony A7RIII and the A7RII as a backup. My lenses consist of the Sony 16-35, 28-70, 24-240 and 70-300. I also use the DJI Mini 2 and DJI Mavic Pro 2 for aerial photography. 

Are your images composited?

No. All of my images are single exposures, with the exception of panoramas and shots blended to increase dynamic range. I enjoy the challenge of working within the limitations of the camera as opposed to creating unrealistic scenes on the computer. The post production side of photography is vitally important and I do my best to use the tools at hand to enhance the image as it saw it rather than manipulate it into something unrealistic. 

Do you sell prints? 

Yes! All of my images are available as prints. I have Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Wraps and Metal Prints available for purchase. To visit my print shop, click here. If you have any questions or inquiries about custom prints, commissions or anything else, please email me at

When did you first get into photography?

My parents gifted me a little point and shoot camera in 2009 when I was 12. Like many starting out, I exclusively photographed bugs, flowers and sunsets. Since then, my subjects have shifted and my approach has become a bit more focused and refined. It's been quite the journey so far and I'm eager to see how my style will continue to evolve. 

What is your favorite subject to shoot?

I have always been especially drawn to wild places untouched by man. I feel most creatively inspired when I'm in an environment that is both dynamic and unpredictable. Although I grew up near the ocean, the alpine world has to be my favorite place photograph. I feel most alive in the mountains and I think that has translated into my images. If I can't be in the mountains, I love shooting waterfalls, the night sky and underwater. 

Do you photograph people?

Yes! I enjoy environmental portraiture and documenting humans doing things that bring them joy. I also love to photograph people in motion, whether that be freediving, skiing, rock climbing or anything else invigorating. If you have a vision and would like to work together, please email me at or on Instagram at @uldericoimages. 

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