These hand-picked Naples Florida best photography Spots are all close together so you should be able to shoot them all in one day. I visit Naples often to catch a nice golden sunset over the west coast.
Naples Florida is a beautiful place located on the west coast of Florida. When I want to get out of Miamis hustle and bustle, I take a 2-hour drive to Naples. Here I find peace and I the sunsets are to die for. Here is my photo Gallery from Naples.
Living in Miami, I usually have to get up at 5 am to catch the sunrise. However, the sunsets in Miami are not as nice as they are on the west coast. It’s always great to catch a sunset knowing I do not have to be up at 5am.
The gear I used for all my photos: Nikon with a Nikon 14-24mm a Nikon 24-85mm a Nikon 70-200. A MeFOTO tripod is a must. I edit all my images with my Lightroom Presets download them and give them a try.
Naples Florida Best Photography Spots
1. Old Pilings. Located North of the Naples Pier, these old pilings work well to create interesting compositions over the Gulf of Mexico. A wide angle lens is a must.
2. Naples Pier. This is the most popular and one of the coolest piers on the west coast of Florida. A must on your visit to Naples. A wide angle and or a zoom lens will work fine.
3. Naples City Dock. This is a great place to walk around and get some great shots of the actual dock, the boats, and the fisherman all around. A zoom lens is perfect.
There are the best places to photograph in Naples Florida. You can not go to Naples and not visit these epic locations. Even if you are not a photographer, you will enjoy this incredible spots.
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I shot this photos one week before Hurricane Irma hit Naples Florida. We had no idea the devastation that Hurricane Irma would leave, we knew it was coming, but we did not know it was going to hit the West Coast of Florida.
I have been to Naples million time, however, this time felt different, it felt special. The day started by riding airboats in the Everglades national park, and it ended up at the beautiful Naples Pier.
The photography gods were with us that evening, making sure we captured the perfect sunset before the hurricane hit.
Here is another insane sunset at Naples Florida, I know I know what can I say I just love Naples, it is such a cool spot, specially since its in the West Coast of Florida. Remember I am in the East Coast, so sunsets are kind of special since we are always shooting the sunrises around here. This was particularly special because we almost missed it. I mean we were speeding to get there (we got side tracked at the Everglades followed by Pizza and beer). We got there on time and were greeted by an amazingly pink and colorful sunset.
The sunset gods where with us this particular day… Which one do you like better?
As I was taking a long exposure watching the beautiful sunset out of the corner of my eye I saw this little girl running towards me. For a second I thought she was going to knock over my camera, fortunately nothing happened, she simply wanted to play in the sand. I took one more click to get her in the picture, lucky for me I did just that.
I love the contrast of her pink dress. Sometimes things like this happen and you must capitalize on it.
I shot this a few years back in Naples Florida, and believe it or not it is still one of my favorite photos. I really like going to the West Coast of Florida, it is much more relaxed over there and a lot more peaceful. I often go there to get away from the noise, and ofcouse to take some beautiful sunset photos. You can see my Naples Gallery here.
Every time I get the chance to go to the West Coast of Florida to shoot the sunset I take it. This is one of my favorite spots on the coast, it is Naples pier. It is an really cool place to photograph of just watch the sunset.
I can’t think of a time when I shot a bad photo here. This was on a very overcast day, it looked like it was going to start pouring, so everyone left the beach. I had the entire place to my self, it was perfect.
I shot this with a 14-24mm Lens here are my settings:
244 seconds at f/22 ISO 50 on my Nikon D800 (no filters)