Hotel Photography

| 29 September, 2016

Hotel Photographer

Hotel Photography

Hotel photography involves creating images for hotel groups and independent owners that capture the key features and particular ambiance of your venue.

As an experienced hotel photographer, we spend time to understand the required brand values to ensure the photography reflects your desired image.

We are sensitive to the lighting designs installed and use photographic lighting in a way that ensures the ambiance of the hotel is captured accurately.

We complete photography shoots efficiently and with the minimum amount of disruption – for example we often shoot hotels and restaurants virtually without guests knowing that we’re there, using available light and slow exposures to get a film-like effect.

Our hotel photography often includes creating images where guests are shown interacting with friendly, approachable staff and we’re used to putting people at ease to ensure they can relax and appear natural.

See our extensive portfolio of hotel photography and click on any of the images for more information

Hotel Photography of the grand hall at Oulton Hall Hotel, Leeds | Hotel Photographer

Oulton Hall in Leeds is one of the five star hotels in the QHotels Group that offer luxury accommodation throughout their 150 rooms, conference facilities and two restaurants | Hotel Photographer

Grand Central Hotel bar, Glasgow | Hotel Photographer

The Grand Central Hotel is a large four-star venue in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland. The hotel forms the front façade to the Glasgow Central railway station, directly linked to the station concourse | Hotel Photographer

Abbey House Hotel bar, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria | Hotel Photographer

Abbey House Hotel was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and completed in 1914 in a neo-Elizabethan military style as a guest house for Vickers Ltd and has been a Grade II listed building since 194 | Hotel Photographer

Malmaison Hotel, Liverpool | Hotel Photographer

The Malmaison Hotel, Liverpool was the first Malmaison to be custom built rather than converted.  The top five floors are laid out as 41 luxury boutique suites | Hotel Photographer

Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel, London Ballroom | Hotel Photographer

Hotel photography showing the luxury grand ballroom at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel, Knightsbridge, London, W1. Hotel photography commission to capture the refurbished bedrooms, corridors, Garden rooms and Ballroom | Hotel Photographer

The Duke of York Suite is the premier room at the Royal Crescent Hotel in Bath | Hotel Photographer

Interior photography to capture the refurbishment of the Duke of York and Sir Percy Blakeney suites along with the ground floor reception rooms and the Dower House restaurant. The Royal Crescent is a terrace of 30 houses built in a gentle arc at the centre of Bath, England. The Grade 1 listed terrace was designed by John Wood the Younger and was built between 1767 and 1774 | Hotel Photographer

Bailbrook House Hotel Restaurant, Bath | Hotel Photographer

Bailbrook House Hotel was built in 1790 by John Eveleigh for lawyer Dr Denham Skeet.  In the 1970’s the Post Office built a new extension for use as a training college followed by a college for air traffic controllers. In 2013 the Mansion House, a grade II listed property, was restored and refurbished | Hotel Photographer

Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, Hotel Cafe Royal Spa | Hotel Photographer

The Cafe Royal Hotel has opened a luxury spa under the buzzing pavements of Regent Street.  Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre is a 1200m² luxury Spa Centre providing holistic experiences at the luxury 5* hotel. David Chipperfield Architects have transformed this compact basement area into four ‘elements’ zones | Hotel Photographer

Imperial Hotel cocktail bar, London | Hotel Photographer

Imperial Hotel cocktail bar, London refurbished with opulent golden art deco designs| Hotel Photographer | Hotel Photographer London

Fowey Hall Hotel seating area | Hotel Photographer

Fowey Hall was commissioned by Charles Augustin Hanson who, born in Polruan in 1846 and emigrated in 1862 to Canada to work in the lumber trade. Hanson built the house from 1889 to 1899 after purchasing the plot from the Rashleigh family who owned Daphne du Maurier’s Menabilly nearby | Hotel Photographer

We have enjoyed working with many independent, boutique and group hotel customers around the UK. You may also find the projects featured in our interior photography or construction portfolio of interest, see how our customers enjoy working with us or see our other areas of focus | Hotel Photographer

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