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Hotel photographer

The hotel photographer is the person who interacts the most with the tourists in the hotel where he is assigned. He is the one who proposes the photo shoots, approaches the tourists and the one who realizes the photo shoots.

70% sales

30% photo shoots and reports

The responsabilities of the Hotel Photographer

  • Takes pictures throughout the day
  • He is present at the main activities of the day, aperitif games, themed evenings and various events
  • Greets tourists, approaches them and proposes photo sessions and PhotoHotel services
  • Conducts professional photo sessions, as scheduled
  • Follows a professional training to specialize in portrait photography, focusing especially on holiday clubs
  • Contributes to the entertainment of tourists
  • He is responsible for entertaining tourists and creating memorable experiences for them
  • Proactively approaches tourists to propose photo sessions and PhotoHotel packages
  • Takes over the duties of the photo advisor on his free day

The Challenges of the Hotel Photographer

  • Keeping a positive charisma and energy in front of customers throughout the day
  • Resistance to refusals and keeping good disposition
  • Resistance to routine (the activity and schedule of the hotel photographer are the same, 6 days a week, for 7 months)
  • Pressure on the sales target and photo reports
  • 7 months away from family and friends at home
  • Carrying out the main activity while standing, being outside, in high temperature conditions
  • Adaptation to the sales and photography rigor and standards of imposed by the company
  • Foreign language, often French or German
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The Photo Advisor

The photo advisor helps the client's who attended the photo shoot to choose the best photos and proposes them the PhotoHotel offer.

The duties of the Photo Advisor

  • Performs the selection of photos
  • Argues & explains the PhotoHotel offer
  • Closes the sale
  • Prints photos, prepares albums and accessories
  • Collects the money, takes responsibility and assures security of the proceeds up to the end of the day
  • Prepares the team's activity plan every morning and report the activity at the end of the day
  • Duplicates the hotel photographer when necessary or in the free day

The Challenges of the Photo Advisor

  • Patience in the face of unsuspecting customers
  • Handling any complaint, for the benefit of the client
  • Reaction to refusals and argumentation of the PhotoHotel offer
  • Resistance to routine (the activity and schedule of the hotel photographer are the same, 6 days a week, for 7 months)
  • Pressure on the sales target and photo reports
  • 7 months away from family and friends at home
  • Adaptation to the sales and photography rigor and standards of imposed by the company
  • Foreign language, often French or German