LivePix Studios' mobile photo studios go on-location to capture the sillier side of clients' special moments from birthday parties to weddings. Photographers tote along colorful backgrounds ranging from polka dots to eye-crossing designs and a box of hundreds of props so subjects can surprise the host by wearing fake mustaches or kooky sunglasses. Post-party, hosts receive a DVD with a slideshow of all the shots for viewing at the party's 20-year reunion.
Renting your own photobooth can both add a spontaneous atmosphere of fun to parties and assist scientific studies on the human face's full mugging capabilities. This Groupon is subject to availability; call ahead to ensure that your desired date is available.
Old Fashioned Photo Booth is more mobile than you might think. In fact, it can travel up to 150 miles in order to attend parties, weddings, and other special events. When it arrives, the booth doesn't waste time mingling or sipping punch: it gets right down to business, spitting out color or black-and-white pictures. The booth is multi-talented, too, since it's capable of producing both traditional photo strips and postcard-style prints emblazoned with personalized labels. After the booth says its goodbyes, hosts receive a CD loaded with all the photos from the party, which they can use to post shots on social media or toss into a crowd of potential new friends.
As portraits slide out of Oh! Snap Photo Booths printer, they emerge bright, colorful, and often a little wacky. Photo booths capture cheerful moments and playful images, from friends posing together in goofy glasses to costumed youngsters acting out Wild West scenes to couples draped in feathery boas. The booths are accompanied by expert attendants, who assemble the easy-to-use touch-screens, professional lighting, and backdrops. Upon request, the accommodating staffers can supply subjects with whimsical props, custom backgrounds, and a spread of free "cheese".
Thanks to TapSnap, the photo booth has finally caught up to the 21st century. Exploding the traditional photo-booth concept, TapSnap's designers got rid of the walls, cramped space, and lack of viewing screen. Instead, they created a mobile photo kiosk that features a 42-inch touchscreen, printer, and sharing capabilities through Facebook or email. Once guests snap a picture, they can customize their shots with digital props, text, color effects, and thought bubbles, which can serve as a new-fangled way to ask your crush if they like your fake mustache. Rental units are run by attendants to ensure interacting with the system is easy. Photos can also be branded to commemorate a wedding or a corporate event.