In the curtained-off confines of one of Hill Country Photo Booths? booths, partygoers grin, cross their eyes, and give each other bunny ears?lighthearted displays captured in high-resolution photos. As an LCD screen captures posing partygoers, a technician oversees the booth for the duration of the rental, ensuring that photo strips print properly and ghosts don?t blur images with their ectoplasmic thumbprints. After the revelry, hosts can peruse the event?s shots?in color or black and white?in a personalized event scrapbook or on DVD.
Beyond photo booths, the business rents other audiovisual equipment, such as projectors, screens, or TVs equipped with Wiis or Rock Band. Staffers can even connect hosts with party venues such as Palm Door, a refurbished 1936 cabinetmaker?s shop that adds a touch of old Texas to weddings, much like hiring a horse to officiate.