Keeping your content calendar full of creative, high-quality imagery is a challenge at best. It can be a struggle to stay 3-6 months ahead of each event/season and working out when you can fit photoshoots into your busy schedule can be a organisational nightmare, especially in the hospitality industry...
So how do you get the most out of a professional photoshoot? …You get your photographer involved in the creative process as early on as possible.
Something we see time and time again is businesses trying to do their own photography and by doing so end up letting their product down. If you want customers to spend money with you then you have to show them why they should. Beautiful hotel rooms deserve beautiful photography and mouth-watering food deserves mouth-watering images.
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Robert Haynes is a self-taught sugar artist from Lancashire who is now living, working and inspiring here in London. Robert has a keen eye for food presentation and design that led him down the path of sugary artistry after training as a chef.
There’s a lot to think about when it comes to starting a new business. In the London hospitality industry one of the biggest things you need to think about is how you’re going to get people through your doors.
For restaurants and hotels food photography is a key element to any successful Valentine's Day campaign. Your customers want to see what they can expect when they walk through your doors on that special occasion and know that they won't be disappointed.
Food photography for new restaurants is one of the highlights of being a professional food photographer.