How to take great photos and boost your bookings
Why taking great photographs of your restaurant will influence your turnover
Are you a TheFork partner restaurant? Remember that the photos of your restaurant that are featured in your profile come second in the ranking of the three factors that have the greatest influence on bookings, after the location of your restaurant and even before customer reviews!
That’s why it’s essential to take care of your image and produce quality photos that highlight both your establishment and the richness of your menu!
Because taking a good photo isn’t always easy, TheFork’s marketing experts and photographers got together to compile a list of tips to help you take great photos of your restaurant and boost your bookings.
Let’s start with the right way to prepare for your photoshoot:
We’re sure you know that: good lighting, colours, layout and compsition are key elements in taking great photos of your restaurant. But there’s more to it than that, to be able to upload your photos directly to TheFork Manager, here’s our technical advice on creating a great profile.
Follow these nine tips on sharing your photos with us or uploading them yourself directly to TheFork Manager:
So far we’ve looked at:
- The pre-photoshoot checklist that will serve as a reminder before you get started
- The technical constraints that you need to comply with to upload your photos to your page
To inspire you, see below some excellent examples of photos of restaurants and dishes that undeniably make viewers want to book a table and try the restaurant.
To learn more and get advice on how to take great photos of your restaurant to boost your bookings, click here to download our free “restaurant photos” infographic.