Take That Foto's booths are like miniature photography studios. Professional lighting ensures bright, even shots as the photo booth's 18 megapixel Canon DSLR camera captures up to 10 smiling faces at once. Goofy hats and other props accent the shots, which print out on individual photo strips in only 10 seconds, or half the time it takes a photographer to explain the correct pronunciation of "cheese."
Staffed by a creative crew of artists, graphic designers, and craftspeople, Social Confetti Events supplies a variety of event design services, including eye-catching, customizable photo booths for memorable occasions. Its sleek photo kiosks nestle within enclosed booths or stand out in the open, shooting at backdrops available in a number of event-complementing colors and fashionable patterns. A treasure trove of goofy props awaits subjects, and can be customized to match the event?for example, a "Yay for Love!" pennant aptly honor weddings and a tricornered pirate hat helps guests celebrate gold-coin-counting ceremonies. To forever cherish the evening, guests can leave with photo strips dispensed on site. A helpful attendant delivers the photo booth and sticks around to set it up, operate it, and break it down.
Social Confetti Events can also help clients with a variety of event design needs, including decor rentals, design assistance, and stationery services. Clients who book a photo booth rental are eligible for discount on these services.
Wow Pics Photo Booth combines aspects of studio photography with the convenience of a rental photo booth. Attendants dressed in formalwear deliver the booths to events and ensure that all goes smoothly as groups of up to 10 people pose for portraits. Studio-quality lighting casts a flattering glow over faces while 18-megapixel Canon digital SLR cameras capture memories in high detail. Afterward, the booth prints two individual photo strips within 10 seconds, and images can also be downloaded from an online gallery.
Pix Perfect's photo specialists free party hosts from carrying around camera equipment by setting up and operating photo booths to capture special occasions. Specialists then hand guests prints of their smiling faces shortly after their session, gifting them with a keepsake of the event or at least a strip of paper to cover their eyes during scary movie scenes.
Upon entering one of Snap Shot Photo Booth’s mobile units, objects from its prop table in hand, you press a touchscreen that suddenly displays a live video of the booth’s inhabitants trying to huddle into frame. A countdown precedes the first photo, and, as you position yourself for the next shot, the screen flashes the crystalline image the booth’s 18-megapixel Cannon camera just snapped. Smudge-proof, waterproof, and bulletproof strips emerge from a high-definition Sony dye-sublimation printer eight seconds after the session wraps up.
Such is the Snap Shot Photo Booth experience, which accommodates clientele with open booths, enclosed booths that fit up to 10 guests, and an 8'x10' lounge unit which hosts up to 15. Photo-booth attendants oversee the shutterbug festivities and help ensure that each client receives all the perks of their packages, which can include digital copies of every picture taken, a keepsake scrapbook signed by visitors, or a number of add-on and layout options.
Photographer Christina Brown manages to cast everything in a flattering light. With a degree from The Ohio Institute of Photography informing her techniques, she snaps subjects against natural backdrops that lend each shot its distinct personality. An expecting mother stands against a field of growing ferns; a graduating senior launches into the air with a smile; a newborn rests soundly in his parents’ hands. In black and white or in highly saturated color, Christina’s images are precisely composed without feeling forced, an aesthetic that carries across her regular in-studio or on-location shoots, as well as wedding sessions that capture the big day better than embedding a hidden camera inside the cake.