Hotel Properties


What's my credo in taking photos?
"Shot what you like!!"

This portfolio mostly focuses on architectural photography and highlight the charms of my clients’ properties.

Like other professional photographers, I work with natural light and my artistic perspective to show the buildings, hotels swimming pools, dining rooms, lobbies areas, and so forth, in all their glory, or to reflect their calm ambiances.

My night photo shoots and artistic post-production may reveal ‘what’ is definitely on a frame, but ‘what’ eyes can’t properly perceive, such as the light and water reflections.
This is a beauty of photography for me.

Kenary lobby at Angkor Village Hotel - Siem Reap

Night Shots

Night photography is the subject I usually spend the most my time to work.

Indeed, night photography and the wind condition aren’t good friends, and because night shots always involve long shooting exposures. If it’s too windy, I may stay for some time to try to take a shot, or I will need to come back another day. Similar with the sky conditions such during sunset and twilight (which never occurred for too long) so from one shot to another, I might have to come back the next day to capture the right moment.

Interiors and Hotels Restaurants & Bars

Here, my goal is reproduce the atmosphere and style of my client’s restaurants, lobbies and other areas. Composing the frames is, of course, critical and I prefer shooting with perfect horizontal and vertical alignments. Shooting these areas during day time or night time? I will quickly find the most relevant time.

If you like to find foods and drinks photos, visit my Food and Beverage portfolio.

Exteriors and Hotels Swimming Pools

This topic is a very important aspect, as it is usually the type of photo that a hotel wants to have as its main photo.

When shooting such photos I always want to keep an eye on the sunlight, clouds and sometimes I shot with an ND filter. Indeed, professional hotel photographers are working on professional post-production, rather than ‘fixing things’ which could have been avoided if a photo had been taken at the right time and with the right equipment.

When shooting hotels main entrances and buildings from the street, I will make sure to remove all electrical cables from the street during my post-production. Indeed, they can be very disturbing to the image and as they don’t belongs to the hotel.

My shooting angles for such photos are usually eye level shots, sometimes knee level shots and drone shots.

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