Drones Will One Day Be Old News
By William May
Published: 05/01/15 Topics: Hotels, Photography Comments: 0
At a recent meeting of hotel operators the questions were all about drone photography.
Signatour Photo Team Experts were there to display dramatic " Before And After" photos showing how bad lodging properties can look online and how attractive they become when properly shot in the HDR photo technique.
But every admiring hotelier also wanted to know how to get an aerial photo shot of their hotel from a drone. Amazon.com is going to delivery packages with them. Hobbyists are sending drones into their neighbors yards and they are regularly featured on the news.
Of course, shooting an aerial, or a series of them, can be helpful in showing guests exactly where they may be staying. We are happy to provide that services to our clients.
But soon, every lodging property will have aerials and then property managers will need to find a new and better way to attract guests.
Good news - that ability already exists and it is called High Dynamic Range.
To clarify, HDR is not the HD as is common in High Definition television and computer monitors. Read our white paper: HDR is not the HD
Said one, "Damn, I just paid a photo vendor, recommended by my Franchisor, a bunch of money for what are junk compared to yours."
More good news - Signatour guarantees our photos will impress and even stun you with their accuracy and vibrancy, or your money back.
Frankly it is an easy guarantee to make because we have spent a decade perfecting our Perfect Touch product. No one can match it. And we will throw in the drone shots too.
Author: William May, Signatour Photo Team
Blog #: 0395 – 05/01/15
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