A lot of things can happen at a party or event, and Gotcha Photo Booths helps hosts to collect the evidence. The company’s event supervisors travel to venues, set up booths, and oversee all the ensuing shenanigans.
After accessorizing with props such as silly glasses or feather boas, partygoers pile into booths and strike poses for the camera—and for guests waiting outside, who can watch the action on a high-definition screen. Fifteen seconds later, booth occupants can collect duplicate strips of color or black-and-white photos. Hosts can personalize prints with the logo of their event or the crest of their favorite stonemasons’ guild. All photos are digitally stored and may be purchased by the host.
Photoriffic Memories dispatches professional hosts to parties throughout the area to help revelers capture the energy of their celebrations on black-and-white and color prints. Their open-style photo booths can occupy up to 20 people, who follow simple on-screen instructions before posing, using optional props, and expressively describing their favorite cheeses. The photo strips can be customized with a phrase befitting the celebration, and optional green screens allow hosts to add a theme to the printed shots. The company publishes all of the night's photos on its website, creating an online photo album from which guests can view or order prints.
Throughout Ohio, Detroit, Michigan, and Pittsburgh, Pop Star Photo Booth livens up shindigs with photo booths that fit up to 10 adults at a time. Those picture nooks stand at 7’x6’x5’, a size that fits comfortably into most spaces. Sporting a black enclosure with red curtain, the photo booths also seamlessly blend into the motif of all environments. Photos, which are printed on photo paper, can be customized with logos and monograms; double prints are available for scrapbooking. Each booth comes with a professional attendant to ensure smooth operation, as well as props to wear while posing for the camera.
Operating out of a rehabbed '50s diner, photographer Joseph Balena carries out in-studio and on-location photo shoots that boil over with authenticity. His signature style of lensmanship results in prints that feel as if they were ripped from a fashion magazine. For parties that don't require a photog with legs or human emotions, Balena and his team cart their digital photo booth throughout the Pittsburgh metro area. The hyper-fast booth injects snap-shooting fun into fetes with onsite prints, props, and vampire-sensitive film.
SweetPix Photo Booths’ staff members install, prepare, and dismantle portable picture studios in which revelers can snap up rectangular memories. Unlike traditional photo booths, the picture chamber is amply sized, enabling casual poses and creative reenactments of iconic mug shots. Create instant party favors by capping creative posturing with sparkly fedoras and firemen's helmets. Party planners can also commemorate the festivities by stamping each photo with a logo, a printed message, or the subtle smell of musk. A knowledgeable assistant stands watch, aiding in the birth of infant images and facilitating the continuous flow of unlimited prints throughout the four-hour rental. After the event, ocular alchemists conjure a flash drive filled with every image, compiling grins, pouts, and background apparitions into a thumb-size medium.