What Happens if the weather is bad during our Hotel Photo Shoot?
Did you ever wonder what happens if weather is bad during our hotel photo shoot? This was the sky when we photographed our twilight shots at the Holiday Inn Express – Nashville Whitebridge.
We schedule every hotel photography job with multiple options to get the exterior shots. Our standard package includes us shooting two four hour segments.
We have never run into a situation where we couldn’t get a front shot of the hotel as long as the hotel had the front parking spaces blocked off when we arrived. This hotel in Nashville did an amazing job clearing out their large parking lot! Luckily the hotel is so wide that the shot of the entire front wasn’t the best option.
Even though we actively photograph for those two segments, we schedule ourselves to stay two nights at every hotel we shoot. If we have bad weather the evening we arrive, we can try again –
- The next morning before sunrise.
- The second night after we completed our shoot.
- The following morning before sunset.
Luckily PhotoShop is our friend and sky replacement is an easy fix. As long as we get a clear shot of the front with a dry parking lot, we can find an angle that works.
Thanks to the team at the hotel for making this an incredible hotel photo shoot!