Casino and Hotel Photographer

Casino Photographer

Casino Photographer

We love to travel!  In early October we were asked to come to beautiful BlackHawk, Casino in Denver, Colorado to photograph the interior design of a newly renovated casino.

The objective of the shoot was to capture design elements and the unique decor of the property.

Our goal was not to interfere with the activity of the hotel and casino, so we photographed during non-peak/low occupancy times.

An extensive tour ensued.  We walked the full hotel, casino, as well as all the bars and restaurants.  The shoot started at 1:00 am and ended at nearly 4 am.  We were able to get great shots and used some unique lighting techniques to highlight the depth and textures of the eclectic design. 

The next day we shot yet another stunning Colorado property.  This property was designed and built by the same client.  This shoot was more about the architecture of the hotel rooms and the design of the rooms and suites.


The client wanted us to emphasise the modern style and luxurious elements of the resort. The clients will utilise the photos for commercial use for architectural and interior design submissions for competitions and publications.

After two days working night to dawn, we captured the beautiful images of the casino.

Our studio is working with leading hotels and resorts with premium casinos across the United States, from Las Vegas, Reno to Colorado and more.

There is no such thing as a Casino Photographer, we specialise in Architectural and Interior Design Photography for Hotels, Resorts and Casinos, on enhance the guest experience and attract more players visiting your property.

See more of our Casino Photographer work.

Hotel Photographer in Las Vegas

Hospitality Photographer in Las Vegas


Most travelers have a shortlist for their vacation.  It is critical to appeal to the emotional side of their experience.  Now a days guests have a very high demand of any Hotels/Resorts where they are choosing to spend their hard-earned money.

Here at Velich Studio we make sure to take the time that is necessary to capture the “mood” of your space in order to achieve compelling images that touch that create that special emotional connection from your potential guest. 

We’ve had the pleasure of shooting resorts all over the world from Europe to Asia, and, of course, the US. 

One of the best tips we can give you for choosing a photographer, is to make sure the photographer you choose can capture images that are better than those of your best competitors!  

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Las Vegas Hotel Photographer

Luxury Hotels and Resorts

Grow your Hotel Revenue with a professional Photographer

Luxury Hotel & Resort Photography is all about seducing your perspective guest.  The guest must FEEL what it’s like to stay on your property.

Designing the space of hotel rooms, suites, and penthouses takes hundreds of hours, months of research, designing, furnishing, and decorating to enhance the guest experience.

Your photographers need to reflect the experience and luxury which your brand is built on.

Often hotels and resorts want to convey more than a beautifully designed suite. They want to highlight world-renowned service, personal care, and other amenities their resort or hotel has to offer.

The right type of commercial images will illustrate the EXPERIENCE to the guest.  Allow them o envision themselves on your property. The main goal is to influence the guest to make the choice of selecting your property based on the most important need, which is the “emotional decision”.

Your goal with visuals should be not only to have the BEST photos possible but to have photos better than your nearest competitor.  Isn’t that what matters most?

Why photograph each room style?

Every guest has a different expectation when they book with you.  How will you show the different levels of room and flow if you don’t have great photos of each room style?  You have to “sell” the value of upgrading from a standard room, to a deluxe room on a higher floor that provides a spectacular view.

Sharing the same images between a standard and a deluxe / upgraded room can mislead the client, resulting in poor guest satisfaction and a negative reputation.

Along with showing design details and amenities, your photos should convey an atmosphere within the room.  A mood.

Another critical element to ‘selling’ your rooms is to keep your images fresh.  You should re-shoot your rooms every 2-3 years.  Even if nothing has changed in the room, creating new images from various angles, providing different perspectives of the space triggers an emotional response of the guests’  valuable memories as something that they will cherish and remember forever.

Check out our hotel and resort photography portfolio