As a hotel photographer, Chris has photographed a wide range of hotels around the Scotland, from some of the most prestigious to trendy budget hotels. Balmoral, Z Hotels, Mercure, Motel One all trust in the stunning images Chris produces.
Hotel photography is fascinating, the range of styles and level of detail that the designers go into is so diverse and exciting. As an interiors photographer, working on hotel projects is a dream.
Chris always try to capture the atmosphere of each space in his photographs, hotel designers will spend a long time working on the perfect lighting to create the right ambience for different areas and Chris tries to retain that feeling in his images.
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HOTEL PHOTOGRAPHY EXAMPLES
HOTEL PHOTOGRAPHY EXPLAINED
The impressive atrium space of the Fairmont Hotel in St Andrews, Scotland.
Responding to the brief
Hotels come in all shapes and sizes, so the skill of a good hotel photographer like Chris Humphreys is in interpreting the brief to present a set of images which capture the ambience and feel of the spaces. These may be small and intimate or grand and regal, so what works for a boutique hotel may not work for a large scale resort.
Chris works with his hotel clients from the start to develop a brief and ensure that all aspects of the hotel are captured, from public spaces, to rooms, staff, food and drink service etc.
Selling the experience is everything to hotel operators and Chris understands this.
Building a rapport with staff in a short space of time to get the best out of them is a skill in itself, this is something Chris enjoys and will always seek to get the best out of any photographic set up
Setting the scene
Chris is quite often asked to augment architectural photography of hotel rooms / public spaces with staff portraits, drinks service or food service.
This can add greatly to the set of photographs and brings together the whole picture for the hotel - the service, the spaces and the people. Staff usually love to get involved and Chris will always manage to find some willing models on site.
A Bolinger afternoon tea service being served at the Balmoral Hotel on Princes Street in Edinburgh.
Chris uses external photography to give context to each hotel, sometimes this doesn't involve photographs of the hotel itself but what is happening around it. In this case one of the main selling points of the Fairmont Hotel in St Andrews is of course the golf course. Chris started off his photography career taking landscapes so very much enjoys the opportunity to be creative with complimentary photography like this.
Hotel photography services - CONTACT CHRIS NOW
Chris would love to talk to you more about your hotel photography requirements and the architectural photography services he offers, so please call Chris on 07905 44907 or email at email@example.com to see how he can assist.