Hotel Interior Photography
Luxury Hotel Photography. Hotel Lifestyle Photography. Hotel Interior Photography. Spa Photography. Editorial. Commercial. Hotel Brochures. Interior Design Photography. Luxury Resort Photography. Health & Spa Photography. Restaurant Interior Photography. Travel & Lifestyle Photography. Leisure & Healthclub. Luxury Residential Photography. Office Interior Photography. Retail. Industrial. Clubs. Bars.
Specialising in Luxury Hotel Photography
Hotel Resort & Spa Lifestyle Photography
Shooting for leading UK Hotel Health & Spa Resorts I’ve seen many changes. More than ever, bringing Life & Atmosphere to your Resort is key. Luxury Hotel & Spa Photography is not just static room shots, or professional models posing. Capturing the facilities, but also a more subtle lifestyle vibe is current. Without a doubt creating your story, brand or “experience” sells.
While Hotel Photography showing your Facilities is important, lifestyle, detail & atmosphere needs to stand out;
First I always prioritise good lighting & composition. Because the quality & luxury of interiors & furnishings is still paramount. High quality photography cannot be underestimated. So long as images still create a “feel” of the Hotel.
Additional images that show an experience should then be considered. Maybe thats your renowned hospitality and level of service offered to guests. Either fine dining or relaxing laid back bistro dining visit. Maybe extensive entertainments or events? Or luxurious up to date Spa & treatment facilities. Not forgetting small details or areas that show a personal touch.
Indeed whether a small “boutique” country resort or a large City Hotel, photography to reflect the whole experience works.
Hotel Photography rates
Contact me for an informal chat or meeting to discuss your Hotel or Resort Photography or quote for a project.
I offer different packages and rates. Dependant on time of year and locations.
As a freelance photographer, I,m happy to see if I can find a budget to suit your needs. I never want to miss an opportunity to work on an exciting new project.