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Portrait Photography in Hospitality

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PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY IN HOSPITALITY

The Hospitality Industry is all about people and its people. It’s what makes the industry so special and makes the world  one large happy family! We photograph the industry’s people all over the UK and sometimes in extraordinary places and within a small amount of time. All the photographers take strong portraits and our annual Top 20 Portraits celebrates this.

 Portrait Photography of Ufi Ibrahim Ufi Ibrahim by Adrian Franklin
 Portrait Photography of Simon Townsend Simon Townsend by David Cotsworth
 Portraits of Monica and David Galetti Monica and David Galetti by Adrian Franklin
 Portrait Photography of Adam Handling Adam Handling by Adrian Franklin
 Portrait of Chef Matt Worswick Chef Matt Worswick by Adrian Franklin
 Portrait of Chef Tom Kerridge Tom Kerridge by David Cotsworth
 Portrait Photography of Mark Birchall Mark Birchall and team by Jim Varney
 Portrait Photography of Forte Family Irene and Lydia Forte by Adrian Franklin
 Portrait Photography of Peter Sanchez Peter Sanchez by Jim Wileman
 Sosharu 127 Jason Atherton by David Cotsworth
 Portrait Photography of Paul Foster Paul Foster by Adrian Franklin
 Portrait Photography of Carrie Wickes Carrie Wickes by Adrian Franklin
 Portrait Photography of National Chef of the Year NCOTY by Adrian Franklin
 Portraits of Claude Bosi and Ollie Dabbous Claude Bosi and Ollie Dabbous by Ben Meadows
 Portrait of Arthur Howell Butcher Arthur Howell by Adrian Franklin

Portrait Photography within the Hospitality Industry is always full of surprises. People are incredibly interesting, even if there’s very little time to be spent with them to take their portrait. For a short while, you can enter their world. The subject usually has something to say and sometimes has a bearing on how the portrait is taken. What makes a great portrait is the million dollar question.  It can work on subliminal levels. The Hospitality Industry has huge diversity and therefore, has an array of characters and personalities at all levels. It’s about ‘capturing’ the person but sometimes it’s about capturing the non-stereo-typical image of the person.   People are amazing we always aim to capture a great portrait.