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Travel destinations are in a constant state of change and upgrades. Despite working around sodding, scaffolding or landscaping projects, Chip manages to grab signature images. If your property needs a new look or to refresh the images in your marketing library, Chip is ready to discuss how he approaches his photography assignments.

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Published by Chip Henderson Photography, 2017-08-15 16:01:00

Chip Shoots Resorts 3

Travel destinations are in a constant state of change and upgrades. Despite working around sodding, scaffolding or landscaping projects, Chip manages to grab signature images. If your property needs a new look or to refresh the images in your marketing library, Chip is ready to discuss how he approaches his photography assignments.

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Chip Shoots Resorts


From across the United States to Canada and down to the Caribbean, Chip has created images for multiple resorts and golf destinations.
His unique ability to work with people, landscapes and highlight the intricacies of architecture make him a valued creative member in marketing properties.


Close-up and personal –

Chip captures the dynamic
lifestyle experience at a resort
by shooting the landscape
as heroic and yet conversely,
coming in close with beautiful
lighting to feature the resort’s
unique expression of soul.
Chip’s ability to go wide and to
go tight provide great options
in the gallery of shots.


Light is everything –

Need we say more? The
ability to use natural
light or to utilize various
lighting tools is what sets
Chip’s images apart from
the grab-a-camera and
go approach. The final
image blends all light
elements to express the
drama of the scene.


Drama of architecture

A photographer’s challenge is to take an architectural subject and to photograph it in the best possible way—using perspective, lighting and propping
to enhance the scene. Chip is always searching for that unique vantage point, the best time frame for lighting and just the right props per image.


Uniqueness
of resorts –

Most properties have
a new or unique view.
Chip’s challenge is to
discover those hidden
gems and working
them into a photograph
to showcase the area.
Featuring talent or
just a different look,
the image recreates
the mood of a resort.


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