A far cry from the photo booths of yore, UASTAR's fully enclosed version snaps pics of prop-wielding revelers with the push of a button, with images made available through immediate prints and an online viewing gallery. Attendants ferry photo booths to weddings, birthdays, or other events, and remain on hand to ensure sessions go smoothly.
Winner of Wedding Wire's Bride's Choice Award in 2012, Complete Music Video Photo fulfills its namesake by stimulating events with music, video, and photography services that energize venues and record merrymaking for fond reflection. The outfit dispatches talented DJs and audiovisual specialists to events of every sort, be they joyful weddings, spirited school dances, or wild parties for the national chaperone's association. Event planners can also add a photo booth to their get-together, which comes complete with a prop box to let subjects express their quirky sides.
Behind the gauzy curtains of Snap Shots Delivered's photo booths, groups of family and friends can be seen adjusting their sombreros and forming tableaus. Within moments, a printer produces several copies of the captured moments, sending guests off with a memento of the event and an establishment of an alibi. Numerous personalization options tailor booths to any host's wishes, including custom logos on each strip or photo scrapbooks.
At anniversaries and weddings, graduations and birthdays, Mojo FotoBooth helps clients preserve the memories of milestone events. A family business that prides itself on capturing important moments, Mojo boasts a trio of digital photo booths, each stocked with varying capabilities, including video recording. Outside its booths, the company crafts photography flipbooks, personalized cards, and decorative knickknacks to mark special occasions.
After Clear Choice Photo Booth’s attendant sets up the booth, up to eight subjects can walk into the 3’x6’ space and dial up their preferences via a 22-inch touchscreen. The booth’s 18-megapixel DSLR camera then snaps shots of freestyling partygoers and incognito party crashers, and in 15 seconds, a high-speed dye-sub printer reels off color or black-and-white prints. Hosts can activate optional greenscreen backgrounds, which allow users to change the images behind them. The attendant stays on hand throughout the night, ensuring smoother technical operation and doling out hats, glasses, wigs, boas, and quiet nods of approval.
Love That Jazz Photography was born out of a love for New Orleans. Richard, a photographer, lived in the city for many years and returned for a visit with fellow photographer Nicky to show her why it held a special place in his heart: the culture of such a diverse community. Together, they help other people capture those moments that mean so much to them, including weddings, anniversary parties, or family reunions. The duo also rents out a photo booth that dispenses color and black-and-white photo strips, and fits up to 10 people or two velociraptors at once.