Hotel Marketing Guide To Photo Copyright and Licensing is the first issue of Hotel Photography Insider News letter and its aim is to explain hotel photo licensing and copyright to hotel marketing departments.
The other day I was listening to a Clubhouse call with Chris Do, the founder of The Futur. Whose mission is “teaching 1 billion people how to make a living doing what they love.”
The call was about expectations, both from the photographer and from the client. It was a very interesting call and my main takeaway was that you need to make sure you define and discuss all expectations before the start of the project.
This is part of a series of hotel photography articles written from the perspective of an interiors photographer in Cambodia. This articles try and explain the value professional hospitality photographers return for hotel marketing strategies to attract guests. This hotel post looks at the time involved in capturing the RAW files for one hotel photo.
The following is the remarkable story of how I started photography and what led to my passion for shooting hotels and resorts, developing the required skills along the way. At the end of this post, I will share one of my first hotel room images, which is difficult to do. We all have a tendency to display only our best work—and this hotel room image was not among the best. But every single journey has to start somewhere, and that hotel room was my starting point.
All professional hotel photographers will be working with hospitality marketing teams to help create the best shot list. To make sure the hotel photoshoot runs smoothly and the interior photographer gets the best hotel photos that return the most value for you.