HQ Photo Booths lets guests of any event wander in for a memorable photo moment that will be preserved in physical and digital form. They offer an assortment of packages that include props, unlimited printed photos, and online image galleries, which let the hosts go back and reminisce without having to hire detectives to figure out who did what at their party. Customers can also opt to have photo albums printed out or equip their booths with customized green screens so that the photos are imbued with a personal touch.
Though their photography and videography has appeared in Sports Illustrated and on CNN, husband-and-wife duo Preston and Holly didn’t develop their skills overnight. Before the advent of digital photography, Preston labored in an old-fashioned darkroom, mastering the ins and outs of his craft, while Holly filmed sporting events at Cypress Ridge High School. As time clicked by one frame at a time, the duo built their skills and their vision, eventually laying the foundation of Injoy Media Productions.
Today, Preston and Holly lead four trained shutterbugs who capture the personalities of families, children, and seniors in their natural habitats—whether that be in a backyard or an aluminum-foil castle. The photographers' specialty, however, remains weddings, and to capture couples' vows and ceremonies they travel across the state and oceans. Snapping their shutters for upward of four hours, camera-wielders preserve memories with prints as large as 16”x20” and commemorative items such as press-printed albums. Meanwhile, two videographers film the proceedings for up to 10 hours before splicing footage into a highlight reel and an edited movie set to music or a choir of sobbing in-laws. To further enliven receptions or other events, Injoy Media Productions rents out photo booths accompanied by trunks of props, unlimited 4”x6” prints, and scrapbooks made onsite.
Save the Moment's attendants ensure lasting memories by delivering, setting up, and tending to photo booths that dispense an unlimited number of photo strips per party. In addition, they organize tables of hats, boas, and other props for guests to use; they'll even bring along a generator to power booths if there’s no electric outlet or windmill nearby.
Inside the booths, a touchscreen monitor guides partygoers through the posing process before spitting out photo strips with graphics and logos customized for the event. Afterward, Save the Moment arranges all the images into scrapbooks, uploads them to the Internet, or prints them out onto bookmarks and magnets.
Complete Houston completes weddings with photography, videography, and DJ services. Its DJs spin digital tunes customized to each customer’s musical leanings and complement melodies with the glowing hues of mood lighting. To capture the excitement in high-resolution stills or living motion, the company's photographers and videographers slip seamlessly into the festivities with cameras and photojournalistic skills. For an additional touch of fun, Complete Houston also offers photo booths replete with silly props and an onsite attendant to ensure flawless operation.
Certified professional photographer John Nader specializes in outdoor-portrait photography, weddings, and model shoots. Drawing on more than 20 years of experience, John Nader?a member of the Professional Photographers Association?excels at using natural light to create and preserve memories against the backdrop of the great outdoors. Applying subtle techniques such as bokeh, John Nader enhances his subjects?often brides, models, and families?while softening background scenes of trees, pastures, and bears playing chess. Above all, whether catering to a company event, holiday party, or high school reunion, John Nader aims for the complete satisfaction of his clients, exercising a keen sensitivity to the needs and wants of his subjects.
Sad. Euphoric. Silly. Surprised. The faux feelings fly beneath Snap Photobooth's 5'x'5 canopy, veiled in black curtains and accompanied by a box of props such as feather boas, masquerade masks, and oversize sunglasses. Inside the booth, a camera snaps an unlimited number of black-and-white and colored images, uploading each one to an online gallery and ejecting two 2"x6" prints that guests can review and take home as keepsakes. Snap's attendants deliver and assemble the booths, allowing party throwers ample time to complete other preparations, such as filling the piñata with Mountain Dew.