Metroplex Photo Booth’s open-air photo stations allow even large groups of revelers to stuff themselves into memorable strips. The self-service booths instruct their inhabitants via an LCD monitor, showing the camera’s footage in real time so parties can form attractive tableaus, whether in black and white or color. An attendant remains with the booth at all times to help technologically confused guests, dispense unlimited photo strips, and teach smiling to anyone who missed that day in school. The memory catchers offer a number of additional amenities to personalize the experience including magnetic frames, scrapbooks, and props.
Princesses Elsa, Cinderella and Beauty: these are just a few of the princesses youngsters can morph into at Kid's Photo Fun. That's because the studio caters to children's imaginations with themed photo shoots.?The themes include Girls' Night Out and Winter Wonderland, a magical fantasy world where every day is a snow day from school. Kids can also strike a royal pose in front of a 10-foot castle that features a tower and drawbridge.
InstaStarr's photo booths don't instruct you to say "cheese," but that doesn't typically prevent subjects from loosening up and smiling. The photographer-less booths usually yield a host of spontaneous, zany facial expressions and poses. Each photo series is printed on a strip in the subjects' choice of black-and-white or color and stored on a DVD. Since multiple people can fit inside the 5'x5'x6' booth, you don't have to worry about leaving someone out of the photo or inviting the E Street Band.
Snap Shot Parties memorializes parties, proms, holiday celebrations, and wedding receptions with custom photo-booth packages replete with digital images, instantly printed pictures, and on-hand attendants. The wheelchair-accessible 7'x7'x7' booth hosts up to 14 partygoers, making it great for capturing a group of bridesmaids or a whole family of cake-seeking raccoons. A helpful technician sets up and takes down each booth and remains on hand throughout the occasion to ensure smooth functioning and answer questions. Guests are then free to pose for formal snapshots or silly candids at their leisure, immortalizing their presence at festivities on DVD, flash drives, or prints.
Josh and Sesh, the friends who founded Photo Booth Dallas, know that customers want advanced technology. That's why they outfitted their photo booths with customizable LCD screens and instant Internet uploading capabilities. But they also know the value of good customer service—they schedule just one event per day, ensuring that each client gets their full attention.
Large groups of people can fit into each curtained booth, something utterly unacceptable at the opera. Once inside, guests press digital buttons to choose color or black-and-white prints, and then pose with a slew of provided props. Hosts can also opt for a video-enabled booth or request tuxedo-clad DJs to set the mood with 1,000-watt speakers, CD turntables, and intelligent light shows.