Project Spotlight: Atlanta Hospitality Photography – Photographing the Model Rooms at Signia by Hilton Atlanta
Anyone who visits Mercedes-Benz Stadium or the Georgia World Congress Center will notice the beautiful new Signia by Hilton that is rising between the two buildings. As an Atlanta Hospitality Photographer, I recently had the privilege of photographing some of the model rooms for the Signia by Hilton Atlanta. As these were model rooms, the hotel was going to be relying on these images to really show what the room experience, and view, was going to be for guests when the hotel opens in early 2024.
Photographing model rooms has its own set of challenges that I was happy to take on for the Signia by Hilton Atlanta. With the model rooms located within an office space in the Georgia World Congress center, there was no natural light coming into the rooms. My goal was to create images that would accurately represent the space as if natural light was coming into the room and to highlight the proximity to Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The first room that I photographed was the King room. In order to create a look of natural light, I put a large flash outside of the room’s window and bounced it off an umbrella to create soft light coming into the room. Once that was achieved, I did my usual process of shaping the light within the room across a number of individual shots that I would retouch together in Photoshop. Of course, I also had to composite in the view of the stadium. To do that, I went to the construction site and was able to take a picture of the stadium. This ensured an accurate representation of how close these rooms are to all the events that take place at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Here is the final image once everything was put together.
I also photographed a Queen room for the Signia by Hilton Atlanta. In addition to all of the work that went into creating the light just right for the king room, we focused on some added touches for the Queen room. As the hotel promises an elevated experience, we placed some props into the room so that guests would have an idea of some of the touches that they could expect at the hotel. In this case, we focused on both a breakfast and pre-dinner experience that can be had in the room by guests.
While only photographing two spaces, this was an important shoot for the hotel. No matter if a project is big or small, I deliver portfolio images to my so they can market their property and start generating bookings and sales. To see more of my hotel and resort photography, you can click here – Atlanta Hospitality Photography. For more information or to discuss booking hospitality photography, click here – Contact Adam Goldberg.
Client: Hilton Hotels – Signia by Hilton