Bankok professional hotel photographer

Bankok professional hotel photographer Glamoraimages The first step in preparing for a successful photo shoot is always knowing what you want!Before contacting a photographer, always have a clear idea of what you want to achieve with your photos.


In today's world of online booking and social media, it's important for hotels, villas, and resorts to have high-quality photos that accurately represent their property. Professional photography can make all the difference in showcasing the property in the best light. And proper preparation before a photo shoot can significantly facilitate the entire process and make it go smoothly.
Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind before a photoshoot.


The first step in preparing for a successful photo shoot is always knowing what you want! Before contacting a photographer, always have a clear idea of what you want to achieve with your photos. Create a shot list that specifies the areas that need to be photographed, and list them out with numbers. This will help determine the number of photos the photographer will need to quote you for.
For example, if you want to photograph the interior of your property, it's important to understand that each room requires different setups for equipment and lighting to look perfect from the camera's point of view/lenses. It’s not just clicking away.

By having a detailed shot list, you can ensure that the photographer knows exactly what you want to achieve, and can help you plan the shoot accordingly. A photographer is always available for discussions, he/she can help you create a detailed shot list.

Prepare the property!

When preparing your property for the photo shoot, it's important to clean and declutter your property. All windows and mirrors should be cleaned, beds made, personal items and photos removed, decorative pillows arranged, clutter removed, and pets and their items hidden away. The property should be in photo-ready condition when the photographer arrives. Any dirtiness or clutter will be visible in the final images, and can negatively impact the overall quality of the photos.
And don't be led by the idea that unwanted objects or dirtiness can be removed in Photoshop. This requires additional time and will cost extra money, depending on the complexity of the retouching.

Be organized!

It's also important to organize well everything before the photo shoot. The property should be prepared so the photographer doesn't waste time waiting for you to remove clutter or clean dirtiness. If the property is not ready for the shoot, this will slow down the process and may require extra time, ultimately affecting the number of shots that can be taken per day. It's not the responsibility of the photographer to stage the property for the photo shoot, so it's important to have everything in place before they arrive. He/she will just make minor corrections to improve the shot, but the property will be photographed in condition as it was found on the shooting date.

Furthermore, it's important to keep all pets in an area that will not be captured, to minimize the number of people in the property during the photo shoot, and to refrain from scheduling any work activities in or around the property during the shoot. This ensures that the photographer can focus on capturing the best shots, and that there are no distractions or interruptions that could negatively impact the quality of the photos.


Knowing what you want is the first step in planning a successful professional photo shoot for your hotel, villa or resort. By creating a detailed shot list, preparing your property, and being organized and prepared for the shoot, you can ensure that the photographer can capture the best possible photos that accurately showcase your property. Remember that a little bit of preparation can go a long way in achieving great results.

In our business, we prioritize your satisfaction and will do our best to make your experience with us as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. So, don't hesitate to ask for advice or guidance along the way.