Clownfish Underwater Photo Portfolio: ‘Finding Nemo’ in the Coral Triangle

This gallery is for all the ‘Finding Nemo’ fans out there!

I’ve been taking underwater photos of clownfish for more than ten years, so this is a collection of my favorites – hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed meeting all these friendly fishies.

Most photos are of the Ocellaris (or common) clownfish variety, but you’ll also find pink anemonefish, skunk clownfish, tomato clownfish, spinecheek clownfish, and a few other clownfish species that I haven’t identified 🙂

These underwater photos are from the Coral Triangle – one of the world’s greatest biodiversity hotspots. I’ve been lucky to explore beautiful reefs across Indonesia and the Philippines, from Komodo, Raja Ampat, Tubbataha, Panglao Island, Bali, and Apo Island.

I’m planning to offer several of these as mobile phone wallpapers, so if you’d like to be the first to know about them, please sign up for my free newsletter 🙂

All of these photos are also available as fine art prints through my Etsy store, please click here now to check out the options.

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Tommy Schultz

Photographer, Writer, & Film Maker

Hi, my name is Tommy - thanks for visiting my site today. I've spent the past ten years capturing stories from around the world with my camera. I'm inspired by the ocean, working with creative people, and sharing what I've learned along the way. If you enjoyed this article and love travel / photography you should sign up for my free newsletter. If you need creative for your upcoming project, click here to learn how I can help you. If you want to learn how to share your own story in pictures / video, you can join my online photography course. If you'd like to connect with me, please say hi on Google+, Twitter, Facebook, or YouTube. If you're curious how / why I made the switch to being a full-time photographer, just click here.

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April 16, 2004