With Club PhotoBooth’s interactive photo sessions, the backdrop is more like a blank canvas. Subjects take their photo in front of a digital screen that displays the photo immediately once it's snapped. The uploaded photo then becomes a touchscreen, with pop-up tools that people can select to spray-paint colorful mohawks or add vintage-style glasses. This high-tech equipment is indicative of Club PhotoBooth’s style—their booths include custom-designed photo strips, a live monitor that shows subjects how they look, digital copies of all photos, and special printers that can turn photo sessions into flipbooks. Like an opera-singing crossing guard, these modern details have grabbed some major attention from media outlets including Brides.com, ABC-7, and Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
From their vast catalog of music, AShah Entertainment’s DJs pluck original cuts and radio edits to spin at parties, complementing jams with optional music video mixing. But the entertainment company’s services extend beyond audio. Their team also supplies special events—from weddings to Indian gatherings—with artful lighting and photo booths, which document revelry more effectively than an undercover reporter posing as the host’s long lost geometry teacher.
The DJ is spinning hits, the MC is keeping the fun flowing smoothly, and the dance floor is packed, all in a room decked out with billowing fabric, crystal chandeliers, and dramatic lighting. Guests standing in the photo-booth line gaze at video screens, or scope out a spot on comfy mod lounge furniture. The scene isn't a hip nightclub—it could be any event managed by Elevated Event Design. The company aims to make parties as fun to throw as they are to attend by providing a comprehensive bundle of services under one roof. Opportunities for customization abound, whether hosts are selecting a set from a music library of 150,000 songs, designing a monogram for the center of a portable dance floor, or deciding whether there's any risk of guests mistaking Chinese lanterns for piñatas.
With the help of Bespoke Photobooths, cheek-to-cheek smiles, fish faces, and festive smooches are captured instantly, allowing them to be splayed across refrigerators and photo books as mementos of happy gatherings. Suit-garbed attendants stand by and welcome up to six guests into the spacious photo booths, where partygoers can don an array of novelty props and pose before an LCD screen. Immediately following the camera flash, the booths kick out strips of color or black-and-white photos, with borders bearing custom text or dates marking weddings, birthday parties, and obedience-school reunions. The company can also arrange keepsakes such as photo books and DVDs for the hosts as a permanent reminder of their special day.
The shutterbugs at Doris Photography alternate between candid shots and casual poses of their subjects, drawing on skills they've honed for more than 20 years. Their flashbulbs flicker for weddings, headshots, and passport photos, and they capture images of newborns to adorn the book jackets of babies’ first novels. Far from a conventional photo studio, Doris Photography rents out its automatic photo booth, sends videographers to events, and creates custom slide shows and invitations.