Full Disclaimer: DHM specialises in hotel photography services and of course we’d hope that if you’re in the market for this, you’d come straight to us, but we also acknowledge that you’ll likely want to shop around a bit to find the best hotel photography company for your business. As you may know, or perhaps will discover, we never shy away from being blatantly honest about the competition so here’s a list of some of the companies that have a solid reputation in this field.
Ryan & Robert Photography
Dean Ryan McDaid and Martin Robert Buckley make up this experienced duo offering food & drink and interiors photography in both the UK and Ireland. Their work has a core focus on hospitality but also offers services outside of the industry, which they refer to as ‘product’ and ‘lifestyle’. Their hotel clients range from elegant country houses, boutique hotels and private members clubs.
Hotel Essence Photography
Founded by British photographer Michelle Chaplow, Hotel Essence Photography has a mission to ‘capture the essence of luxury and historic hotels’. Their work spans across the world covering architectural, exteriors, interiors and environmental portraits of hotel staff serving clients on the whole spectrum from Dromoland Castle Hotel in Ireland to Mandorin Oriental in Bangkok to the Four Seasons Hotel in Prague. The sheer breadth of their portfolio means they must be included in this list for best hotel photography companies.
Peter has been operating as a hospitality photographer since 2009, having worked with clients in 35 countries and is an approved photographer for the Hyatt, IHG and Accor groups. Amongst his extensive portfolio you’ll find a range of resorts, hotels, restaurants, bars and private homes. To produce this best hotel photography worthy work, he uses a combination of available light, Profoto lighting and advanced post-processing techniques.
Will started off studying Architecture at Cambridge University before going on to study at the Royal College of Art in London and having his work published in a number of reputable architecture publications. His hotel and resort photography spans across the Americas, Asia, the Middle East and Europe with clients such as Four Seasons Geneva, Kimpton Hotel London and the Intercontinental Park Lane.
Wonderhatch is a visual content agency, based in London, working across a range of sectors, but offering a speciality in travel and hospitality. Their clients include the Savoy hotel, Marriott and the Gordon Ramsay Group and their speciality is to not only produce great content but to advise on how it can be used across marketing and advertising channels too.
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