LivePix Studios' mobile photo studios go on-location to capture the sillier side of clients' special moments from birthday parties to weddings. Photographers tote along colorful backgrounds ranging from polka dots to eye-crossing designs and a box of hundreds of props so subjects can surprise the host by wearing fake mustaches or kooky sunglasses. Post-party, hosts receive a DVD with a slideshow of all the shots for viewing at the party's 20-year reunion.
With a black curtain slung neatly across its entrance, Just 4 Grins Photo Booth Rentals' photo booth can only try to contain the silly faces and unbounded snickers that accompany each shutter click. The company's all-digital booths pluck passing moments from weddings, parties, and other events with unlimited black-and-white or color photos snapped over the course of several hours. Inside the booth, giggling guests push a button, pose for a series of shots, and retrieve the results eight seconds later from a printer. Images are automatically saved and, following the event, get transferred to a DVD, letting hosts see exactly what happened inside the booth without having to hire a police sketch artist to draw the evening scene-for-scene.
Renting your own photobooth can both add a spontaneous atmosphere of fun to parties and assist scientific studies on the human face's full mugging capabilities. This Groupon is subject to availability; call ahead to ensure that your desired date is available.
In the curtained-off confines of one of Hill Country Photo Booths? booths, partygoers grin, cross their eyes, and give each other bunny ears?lighthearted displays captured in high-resolution photos. As an LCD screen captures posing partygoers, a technician oversees the booth for the duration of the rental, ensuring that photo strips print properly and ghosts don?t blur images with their ectoplasmic thumbprints. After the revelry, hosts can peruse the event?s shots?in color or black and white?in a personalized event scrapbook or on DVD.
Beyond photo booths, the business rents other audiovisual equipment, such as projectors, screens, or TVs equipped with Wiis or Rock Band. Staffers can even connect hosts with party venues such as Palm Door, a refurbished 1936 cabinetmaker?s shop that adds a touch of old Texas to weddings, much like hiring a horse to officiate.
Old Fashioned Photo Booth is more mobile than you might think. In fact, it can travel up to 150 miles in order to attend parties, weddings, and other special events. When it arrives, the booth doesn't waste time mingling or sipping punch: it gets right down to business, spitting out color or black-and-white pictures. The booth is multi-talented, too, since it's capable of producing both traditional photo strips and postcard-style prints emblazoned with personalized labels. After the booth says its goodbyes, hosts receive a CD loaded with all the photos from the party, which they can use to post shots on social media or toss into a crowd of potential new friends.