Yuen Lui Studio, a family-owned photography business specializing in individual and family portraits and wedding photography, creates visual heirlooms in a tradition of quality it has upheld since 1947. With several area studios available, each boasts a multitude of backdrop options for portraiture sessions, or photographers may take sessions outdoors to add natural scenery to the frame. Wedding and engagement shots come to life under the careful eyes of each photographer as they seize rare moments and trap them in frames to be displayed like trophies from a hunt. High-school, child, baby, and family portraits keep precious memories locked in time for clients, who can peruse an online gallery of their images after their session.
Snap Time Photobooths captures the sweet smiles and funny faces people make when no one’s looking. The portable black booths can be set up at birthday parties, weddings, and corporate events with unlimited use for participants. As people squeeze into the cozy space, they can slip on top hats and boas or raise prop glasses in toasts. The booth snaps four photos of each visit and prints them out for event souvenirs. Rentals also include other memory-making options, such as scrapbooks of every photo from the event, digital copies, and custom logos on each strip.
Affordable Photo Booths makes enhancing any special event easy with rental packages designed to suit the needs of any event, from weddings to birthdays to hamster showers. Booths boast Canon Rebel T3 DSLR cameras and printers that zip out zany pictures in just 10 seconds. They're even capable of recording 10- to 20-second video messages at the touch of a button. The company ensures smooth sailing with a professional assistant, delivery, setup, and breakdown included with each package.
Captured Memories Photo Booth wants to provide you with the tools you need to remember every detail of your wedding, quinceañera, or birthday. Clients can work with the family-run business to create a personalized design for their photo strips that reflects their personalities, however many they might have. With extras such as video recording and scrapbooks, the company ensures all freeze-frame-worthy memories are permanently stored for future walks down memory lane.
Just A Memory’s photo booths play to party guests’ sense of nostalgia, hearkening back to the arcades and malls that first popularized the DIY picture-taking trend. Booths fit into upscale events and more casual shindigs alike, squeezing up to 10 guests within their 18-mega-pixel cameras’ scope. To ensure things run smoothly, Just A Memory pairs its booths with onsite attendants who dole out props from a box filled with hats, mustaches, and Richard Nixon masks. Post-session, guests walk away with photo strips of their memories while hosts can peruse every shot in memory book form or in online galleries. Video-enabled booths also capture the action in filmic form, letting guests record their own messages for posterity.
Standing like white obelisks in the center of wedding receptions and special events, San Diego Booth’s self-service photo stations beckon to guests, demanding that they don funny hats and offer their images as tribute to their hosts. Each booth is ringed by a curtain, which may be drawn for private pictures between couples or flung open to capture an entire wedding party bursting out of the wedding cake. An unlimited stream of photo strips emerges hot from the printer in 15 seconds apiece. Customizable strip options include size, number of photos per strip, and visuals such as dates, logos, and messages.