Blog Category: Hotel Photography Tips

This section offers sound advice to hoteliers on how to prepare for their next photo-shoot, with technical advice, specifications for hotel photography, how to choose a hotel photographer, and how to manage that all-important shoot. Follow these tips carefully and you will achieve first-class hotel photography with minimal disruption to the establishment’s day-to-day running.


Hotel photography must adopt a ‘new normal’

Hotel photography must adopt a ‘new normal’

Hotel photography in a COVID-conscious world by Michelle Chaplow Hotel photography must adopt a ‘new normal’ as the hospitality and tourism industries recover from the effects of COVID-19. As people begin to travel more, hotels need to demonstrate that they understand...
Badly Prepared Hotel Beds in a “Covid Cautious” World.

Badly Prepared Hotel Beds in a “Covid Cautious” World.

Badly made beds, displayed on  a hotel website, will not entice guests to check in, especially in a “covid cautious” world. Take a close look at these hotel beds! These are real photos, live out there on the Internet, screen shots from websites, in this...
Visual Storytelling at Benbow Historic Inn.

Visual Storytelling at Benbow Historic Inn.

By Michelle Chaplow. Here is just one of the ways of how a good story in your hotel photography portfolio can entice guests to make a reservation. As the trend for more and more homes to have walk-in showers, free-standing bathtubs in hotel rooms are a luxury...
Hotel Photography and Visual Storytelling at The Dolder Grand

Hotel Photography and Visual Storytelling at The Dolder Grand

By Michelle Chaplow If you want people to remember you, tell them a good story. If you want people to remember a hotel, create quality photography with an a secret ingredient, visual storytelling. The key is to place the potential hotel guest at the very heart of the...