EVOCATIVE images depicting a range of subjects have been brought to life at a photography exhibition.

Greenock semi professional photographer Campbell Skinner is displaying 62 framed images in a showcase at the Beacon Arts Centre.

Some of the pictures for sale include graphic abstract images, local Inverclyde scenes, Scottish landscapes and general pictures of natural history, livestock and animals as well as sailing pictures.

Campbell told the Tele: "Photography is creative, it needs to be fun and it provides memories to treasure.

"It is always rewarding when others appreciate and enjoy the images you have created.

"The passion is capturing the moment or creating something different."

Some of the images on display include a stunning sunset shot over Greenock's Esplanade, an atmospheric view of the town's iconic Victoria Tower, a Highland cow taken on a trip to Nigg and a mesmerising photo of the Knapps Loch in Kilmacolm.

Campbell said: "This is my first exhibition in Greenock so I'm pleased to share my photographs.

"There are 62 photographs of which 47 are for sale.

"There's local scenes, Scottish scenes and abstract and some of my sports and concert photography."

Visitors to the exhibition will also appreciate Campbell's sports photographs, including photos taken back in the late 1970s at a Morton match against Airdrie, and a cup match against Queen of the South.

Campbell also has a big passion for concert photography and has captured some of the world's biggest artists including the band Camel who have featured his photo on their forthcoming DVD.

The exhibition at the Beacon runs until Saturday November 30.