Although various extras and accoutrements distinguish each of Little Black Booth's packages, all of the options share one key element: unlimited photos. After an event, every single one of the shots from a successful soiree is assembled into password-protected online galleries and onto a disc for the host. During the party itself, these images are generated inside chic booths replete with black and matte aluminum finishes. Up to eight participants can pose inside four color or black-and-white pictures, which are available as photo strips in 20 seconds or less.
Upgraded packages have options including personalized logos to go on photo strips or a 37-inch external monitor to let guests get a peek inside the booth. Delivery, setup, and teardown services all are completed by the Little Black Booth team, which leaves an attendant behind to manage the booth throughout each rental.
The photo strips produced by Happy Days Photography's open-air photo booths have a classic look—they're 4”x6”, each one contains up to five images, and they often depict people posing with wacky props. But there's one drastic difference that sets these booths apart: each shot is snapped by a creative photographer rather than by an automated machine. Those photographers also capture images outside the booths, preserving memories of events from multiple perspectives. Clients can also opt for traditional photo shoots in scenic locations such as Fallasburg Park.
In the curtained-off confines of a photo booth, revelers adjust a digital screen?s controls, then mug for the camera wrapped in feather boas, eyes obscured behind sunglasses. The props and the booth come courtesy of Switek Entertainment, whose photo booths and chief disc jockey?who spins under the name DJ Switek?energize crowds at Michigan wedding receptions and parties. The company also draws on connections to other area businesses, matching hosts with party essentials, such as guests who can put their hands in the air for the entire duration of an event.
Named the Favorite Photographer in the South Bend Tribune's 2008 Readers' Choice Awards, family-owned-and-operated McDonald Studio has been preserving smiles and memories in the Michiana area for 150 years. Memorialize mugs in the click-crazed comforts of McDonald Studio's studio lighting or at an on-location site of choice, including a home, park, or tinfoil castle.
Fotohuis Photography?s attendant-staffed photo booths and cadre of professional photographers capture timeless moments at weddings, birthdays, and special occasions across Michigan. During each photo-booth rental, an attendant sets up a fully automated booth and remains onsite to answer questions or poke the tiny artists inside the printer to make them work faster. During photo sessions, friendly photographers snap spontaneous images of partygoers and hosts in a natural and relaxed state. In addition to capturing customers? smiles, Fotohuis performs professional screenprinting and vinyl-graphics services for sports teams, businesses, and uniform enthusiasts.
Motor City Photo Booth?s memory-preserving enclosures capture candid grins and goofy poses at weddings, corporate events, and personal parties. An experienced attendant assembles, tears down, and oversees the photo booth for the duration of the event, assisting guests with challenging tasks such as sorting through the prop box or forming a smile without the use of masking tape. Motor City Photo Booth customizes the proceedings with a throng of upgrades, including a greenscreen that replaces lackluster backgrounds or scene-stealing Eiffel Towers with any high-quality image.