TonyHphoto has been helping the hotel & hospitality industry tell their story for over 30 years. Hotels & restaurants operate in a very crowded market. Our photography has helped individual operations stand out from the crowd and report measurable improvements to bookings and profitability. We have been a compact team for 4 years, we create images using professional lighting techniques, then process and retouch with the latest software & hardware.
No matter what a hotel or restaurant spends on refurbishment, staff or cuisine it will not improve the bottom line unless the world knows about it.
Tony Harris has over 25 years of experience in photographing for the hospitality industry doing just that.
Tony has earned his living from commissioned photography his entire working life and couldn’t imagine doing anything else. With a keen eye for the images that draw attention to a brand he knows the shots our clients need. Tony’s skills have taken him worldwide, photographing for major brands such as: Coca-Cola, Ford, Goodyear Tires, Holiday Inn, IBM, Millennium Hotels and Resorts and The Ministry of Tourism in the Philippines. In the UK; Maroush Restaurants, Sofitel St James, Hilton Park Lane, the late Hempel and other boutique hotels.
Lighting and composing great shots to create an image that really works for the client, Tony finds truly rewarding.
We have been a team of two for four years now and have an efficient system that benefits our clients in a number of ways. We have a wider range of skills, we are able to do more in the time we have, we are able to deliver jobs faster and we have two creative minds for planning, shooting and editing. We now guarantee a turn around of images within 7 working days. With a huge expanse of technical knowledge, and equipment that allows us to push boundaries, we are confident we can always get the best results out of the time available to us. We aim high; with super wide angle lenses that don’t distort and Leica lenses so sharp that food looks better than in real life.
We pride ourselves on being able to get the shot right in camera. Not having to rely on post-production software to rescue it for us is important. However, with such brilliant software available there are extra things we can do that really bring a shot to life.