For the last two years, Adrian and Melinda Bethea have become well versed in numerous facets of the media and event planning industry. The duo use green-screen-powered photo booths to transport event guests to scenic locales and onto magazine covers featuring custom-designed event logos. Their experience with photography and videography allow them to seamlessly capture weddings and video projects, and their graphic-design capabilities allow clients to present eye-catching brochures, fliers, and mug shots. Their robust list of additional services at AMB Media Group LLC include promoting brands on Facebook and Twitter, managing entertainment talent, and event planning with custom themes.
Inside Charlotte Wedding Photo Booth's technologically advanced booths, partygoers pose for photo strips, smiling and mugging for the camera, which turns out images both hilarious and candid. A DSLR camera with a professional Canon lens snaps the shots, and internal LCD screens help guests perfect poses or digitally check teeth for remnants from the reception’s spinach buffet. A pro dye-sub printer spits out photo-lab-quality color or black-and-white photo strips in only eight seconds. The event hosts can upgrade their booths with a box full of props such as hats, glasses, and wigs, or personalize photo strips with logos or text banners. Scrapbook albums and DVDs preserve images more effectively than pickling them in a mason jar.
As a husband, father, and grandfather, Phil Hyman understands the importance of family. Marshalling 40 years of experience, he brings an educated eye to each shot's composition and lighting, capturing sentimental or significant moments in portrait sessions for families and kids either on location or in the studio. His business is a family affair: his team includes Alex and Becky Hyman, who work closely with clients, planning each session down to the last detail and fostering a comfortable atmosphere in which clients can freely express themselves.
EmilieCarol, the photog behind EmilieCarol Photography, specializes in snapping candid, fun, and flattering images against the backdrop of the great outdoors. Whether capturing a loving smile between engaged or newlywed couples or photographing the wedding itself, she invests in each shoot, throwing herself into capturing small gestures and details with an eye for artistic composition that can play down the poor timing of an alien invasion. When not shooting weddings, family portraits, or senior pictures, EmilieCarol sends off prop-laden photo booths to parties and events under the supervision of one or two attendants.