Fort Myers Beach Photography
“It is my hope that as you view my images, you will understand my personality and passion for my art”
Hi! Welcome to my Fort Myers Beach photographer blog post. For over twenty years I have enjoyed creating photography for Fort Myers beach weddings and natural family portraits on this fun island.
Fort Myers beach photographer
Visit my Fort Myers beach photographer page and you will see beach pictures of couples from all over the world at their Florida destination wedding. Some of my Fort Myers photographs are of a bride and groom at their intimate sunset wedding at Pink Shell Resort or Bowditch Point. You can view photographs of a bride and groom with many guests on the beach at their Outrigger Beach Resort wedding on the south end of Fort Myers Beach.
Posted here are some of my recent and favorite Fort Myers beach photography of weddings and portrait sessions.
You can download my Portrait Session Fee for Fort Myers Beach Photo sessions
Family Photographer on Fort Myers Beach
I hope you will enjoy visiting my website and view some of my recent and favorite images. As you wander through my website pages, you will see professional portrait photography with many happy faces. You can view my Fort Myers beach portraits and Sanibel beach portraits with pictures of children and parents laughing. Please call or email me for any information you would like for your Fort Myers beach photography.
Bowditch Point on Fort Myers Beach
This is a Lee County Park located at the very north end of Fort Myers Beach. It is just a mile north after you come across the bridge to the island. It is a great location for an intimate wedding with plenty of parking for a reasonable fee. There are walking paths that circle around the park from the bayside to the west side for sunset photography. Occasionally sailboats will pass by which only adds to the wonderful nautical setting.
The photos below are of a recent family portrait session and the intimate wedding of Jennifer and Mike. The park has a very natural setting, if you are attentive, suddenly you might see large turtles slowly making their way back to their nests.