Let Seasmoke Help Capture Your Guests’ Imagination
The immediate look of a resort is what sells a prospective guest right away. They’ll instantly be able to see what they’re getting, allowing for the first impression to mostly sell them on traveling to your resort. Professional and well executed imagery is of the utmost importance when it comes to these first impressions. The images have to take them there, make them happy to be there, and want to go there – all at the same time. How well it’s done will even affect a guest’s impressions while they’re at the resort. The old saying “What you see is what you get” fully applies with resort imagery.
Professional visuals show the resort cares about the product they are presenting. No one wants to spend their often limited and precious travel budget on a vacation to a place that doesn’t see the importance in capturing their imagination.
Professional Still Photography
Still photography is an exact and demanding art, one in which the photographers are expected to be able to form their work with a refined sense of lighting, coupled with compositional skills and tried and true experience. The resort environment poses an even greater challenge where the photographer must portray and present a vivid and comprehensive image of the accommodation suite to a prospective guest, often being all what decides them on booking their holiday. Lighting and presentation are key essentials to successful resort photography, and professional photographers know this intimately.
Seasmoke are pros at professional photography, as we know the formula to success when it comes to effective imagery. We know it’s difficult to set up proper staging for perfect resort photography, but we prefer it that way. Perfection should be a challenge, and we readily accept it. It also matters to us greatly that the entire process is a well-oiled machine. In the end, we all have to be happy with the results. And when we’re happy, you’re guests will be happy, too.
A virtual tour is usually comprised of 360 degree camera shots, allowing for the prospective guest to use their imagination put place themselves into the resort themselves—without ever having to leave their home. Guests need to know what they should expect, and nothing quite matches how a virtual tour will do that very thing; the guests “wandering” around the rooms, the property, and more.
Virtual tours also show that the resort is absolutely unafraid to allow all comers onto their property, having a very “see for yourself” attitude about them. An air of transparency is nowadays expected when people are planning expensive excursions and holidays.