As a recently wed couple, Shawn and Jonah Amos are familiar with the pressure couples can feel to make their wedding or event memorable. Now, the Amoses send out photo booths loaded up with fun amenities that ensure guests at any function can walk away with a pleasant memento. Guests can play with props such as bow ties, giant hats, and marker boards with personalized messages, and have shots taken in color or black and white. After the shoot, photo strips are printed out emblazoned with the host’s choice of custom logo, such as an extremely general marriage proposal. All photos from the event are stored online for future perusal and printing, and add-ons including memory albums give hosts a keepsake of their own.
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.
Clad in oversize glasses, masks, and mustaches on sticks, party guests pile in FaceBooth Time’s spacious booths. Moments later, a Canon DSLR snaps a succession of poses, producing them in high fidelity through a lab-quality printer. From there, guests can immortalize themselves in a keepsake album, post their newly minted photos to Facebook, or turn their strips into the world’s shortest flipbook. Helpful attendants keep the booth in working order, and additions such as photo-strip frames and produced digital slideshows personalize the experience.
Like any bride-to-be, Melissa wanted her big day to stand out. Tired of the same old garter toss or all-orangutan wedding band, she hit on the idea of installing a photo booth into the proceedings, but the costs were prohibitive. That’s when she and her now-husband, Eddie, formed Just 4 U Foto Booths. Since then, the couple has dispatched the booths to weddings, parties of all stripes, and bar mitzvahs, where they capture memories in high resolution more effectively than swinging a butterfly net through a person’s brain. Patrons can choose color or black-and-white photos and customize photo strips with graphics or text. Once the revelry ends, the couple sets the pictures in scrapbooks, on CDs, or in magnetic frames.