Everything Todd Kudron loves about his business can be summed up in the event-commemorating scrapbooks he gives to his clients. "When everything is done, and they see that scrapbook, they are in awe," he says. "Despite what goes wrong, the photo booth only captures the good moments." Kudron is no stranger to creating memorable moments. A wedding DJ for 15 years, he became intrigued by the increasing popularity of photo booths at weddings and felt that he could make improvements. The company's current deluxe booth is the result of two years of research and sore smile muscles. After looking at the pros and cons of other booths, Kudron and his team created a design that emphasizes both space and privacy. The handicapped-accessible enclosure easily accommodates up to 12 people, and a high-speed printer conjures up photos directly inside the booth, allowing guests to reenact their favorite stamp portraits in complete secrecy. Aside from weddings, Kudron's booth can be seen at events ranging from Halloween to Christmas parties. His attendants always bring along ample accessories and goofy props.
Michelle of Pink Dandelion Photography takes a playful approach to capturing portraits. She often uses off-kilter angles and unique close-ups, always staying on the lookout for candid shots. She can snap memorable photos indoors or out, in the hazy morning or at twilight, and in classic black and white or vibrant color. The business also offers wedding videography to ensure all the big day’s big moments are preserved, from the bridesmaids’ preparation to the moment when the best man rides his motorcycle through the wedding cake.
Customers can take their own photos by renting Pink Dandelion’s KC Hoot Booth, a full-size, touch-screen photo booth. Equipped with props such as animal hats, crowns, and oversized sunglasses, the booth dispenses black-and-white and full-color prints to help partygoers remember a fun event forever.
Donning Viking hats and oversize sunglasses, partygoers charge into the spacious confines of Booth Crazy's modern photo booths, which eschew the trappings and restrictions of retro nostalgia. Up to 10 prop-clad guests pile in front of the camera at once, making the booths ideal for capturing memories of extended families or duels between two classical quintets. A friendly photographic host sets up and maintains the booth throughout each event, helping attendees compose and create 4"x6" prints or 2"x6" strips, which can be emblazoned with custom designs. Cameras snap unlimited pictures, with their collected images uploaded to the Internet and flash drives for later perusal, printing, and sharing.
KC Fun Photo Booths? state-of-the-art picture-takers are built for customizability?their curtained confines are expandable from 6? x 6? to 10? x 10? in order to accommodate large groups and adolescent horses. A touchscreen console controls the booth?s 18-megapixel camera, sending unlimited shots to the photo printer and an online gallery. A professional attendant keeps photos flowing, and a selection of props adds levity to group portraits.
Russell Walker and Steve Williams have over 25 years combined experience in the photography business. We have photographed everything from weddings in Jamaica to models on South Beach.
We love to photograph everything but we specialize in high school seniors, babies, and weddings.
Photos taken in a booth probably don't need to look as quality as portraits taken in a studio—but don't tell STL Fun Photobooth that. Each of their expandable booths comes equipped with photography lighting that illuminates subjects evenly. The 18-megapixel camera snaps high-definition shots or records video, and a photo printer reels off studio-grade prints. Guests use a 21.5-inch touchscreen to edit specifics of the shoot, such as opting for black-and-white prints.