A full time Naples, FL resident and regular visitor to Southwest Florida for over 20 years, I now enjoy teaching photography, freelancing and producing printed products for interior design all while meeting great clients, students, founders of charitable organizations and fellow photographers. I've adopted the mission to "Present the Images of Southwest Florida and Beyond" to share my passion with others.

Along with many others, photography has been my passion since building a dark room and purchasing my first camera a Minolta XG-1 over 30 years ago. Remember the film days? The ability to document everything from sports, wildlife and cultural ambiance combined with the opportunity to create more abstract and artistic images with advanced camera settings and techniques has always been an allure. Does that interest you too?

Giving back to the community is important so donating images to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, military, animal rescue and environmental non profits is for the asking. Contact me if I might be able to help your organization with these causes. If you'd like to take a look, you can view my work within Collier County's Recreational publications, the Naples Daily News, The Great Florida Birding Trail and via this blog site.

You can find my newest images and helpful writing right here, on Facebook and in the online edition of the local papers on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leave a comment or "say hello"!

If you need help with your new camera, Point & Shoot or DSLR and enjoy outdoor photography, you might want to join me for hands on instruction along the beach, at local parks or in the Everglades either privately or with friends. Next to producing a fine image, it's great assisting someone else do so too. Your photography will improve quickly and you can inquire via the links below.

Here is where my images are stored. Click the "Blog" tab up top to see new photos, read helpful articles and to connect personally via active links.

"Presenting the Images of Southwest Florida and Beyond"... Gordon Campbell.

Bears down on a Mullet leaping to escape.....

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