Step into a Viva photo booth, and you can instantly be in the White House or on the Las Vegas Strip. The booth's green screen allows subject to pose in front of a number of backdrops. Props and photo filters help shots stand out as well. After capturing photos, party guests can print out photo strips, view themselves on the booth's built-in slideshow, or upload images directly to Facebook.
Most memories of typical photo booths involve cramming into a small box and jockeying for space on its solitary bench. Ugly Duck Photo Booths instead employs an open air format, leaving ample space for friends and family to pose for memorable shots in front of a high-resolution camera. Not only does the booth provide plenty of space, but makes the process quick and easy—all guests have to do is pile in, push a button, and wait for the countdown until showtime. Plus, a personal attendant stands by to answer any questions or assess the accuracy of Richard Nixon impersonations. A customized backdrop and front panel, as well as a panoply of wacky props—such as feather boas and uncharacteristic hats—also help add to the memorability of events. Once the camera captures poses, a digital printer returns customized 4"x6" photo strips within just 20 seconds, letting partiers quickly see whether or not they need to correct their spelling of "YMCA" for the next go-around.
In-a-Flash’s attendant-supervised photo booths capture one-of-a-kind moments at parties and corporate events, preserving them in physical and electronic form. Each booth features a professional camera and studio-quality lighting as well as various props, costumes, and customizable backgrounds for displaying a business name, message, or itemized grocery list. The company’s in-house development team can customize booths to mesh with their surroundings, even integrating technology to trigger the camera with actions such as hitting a drum or opening the Ark of the Covenant. Partygoers can opt to print their images on 100-year archival metallic paper or have them delivered instantly to mobile devices or Facebook.
Freestanding photo booths from Vegasbooths make sure parties are never forgotten with their Canon DSLR cameras and dye-sublimation printers. The company’s selection of rentals includes enclosed indoor, enclosed outdoor, and open-air booths, which are best for taking pictures of multiple guests in a row or human pyramid formation. An on-site attendant takes care of the setup and takedown, and assists guests as they don silly props and strike poses for the camera. Vegasbooth’s green screen and print template backgrounds are fully customizable. Clients can customize 4"x6" or 2"x6" colored prints with templates that suit their event’s theme, and they received a USB of all of the photos.
As their name would imply, SillyShotz Photobooth Company's attendants don't expect the people climbing into their booths to take themselves too seriously. Every rental package comes with a kit of zany props, including feather boas, shutter shades, and hats. Up to 10 guests can pile into the booth at once, a feat that most photobooths could only pull off at a human Tetris convention. The resulting photo strips include several creative display options, including magnetic frames, personalized scrapbooks, and framed collages.