Rock That Shot's mustachioed logo captures the playful essence of their photo booths, where guests smile and hug as they wear outlandish mustaches and silly hats. But despite the photo booth's unserious air, Rock That Shot's photography skills are anything but. High-resolution digital cameras capture every pose, doling out double prints to guests. Each image is uploaded to an online gallery and enabled for social-media sharing, meaning you can show off your shots to friends or transmit them into space to impress distant aliens.
Rock That Shot also recruits a staff of talented photographers for photo shoots with grinning graduates and happy families. The studio also offers makeup and hairstyling for boudoir and glamour sessions.
Gone are the days when taking pictures in a photo booth meant contorting your body into a small space or fighting over who gets to keep the best picture in the set. With varying setups, Exposure Entertainment's booths can fit into a small area or expand to hold up to 15 people. A booth attendant is sent along with each rental and shows guests how to snap the best pictures and share them with ease. Whether a booth is set up at a wedding, party, or corporate event, guests get to print out vivid 4?x6? images of their good times and immediately share their pictures on social-media websites at a special kiosk.
Using the lure of nostalgia to aid in event documentation, Booth 4’s booths boast the classic metal frame and panel construction of '70s photo booths as well as thoroughly modern internal technology. The booth’s digital cameras are capable of churning out unlimited prints over the course of rentals, and it comes stocked with an array of hats, masks, and other props to keep the booth-bound photo shoots interesting.
Each of Pink Shutter Photobooths' self-service memory capsules is equipped with a high-resolution, digital SLR camera. A touchscreen displays a live view of subjects as they pose for snapshots. Photo strips in limitless supply emerge from the booth's printer within 12 seconds, allowing for short lines and minute-by-minute updates on beard-growing competitions.
The tech-savvy staff members at Blue Sky Rental Studios lease three varied studio spaces to clients for multimedia, film, and still-photography shoots. Two studios with multipurpose floors and white industrial walls bathe subjects in natural light spilling in from tall, white windows. The Light Grid studio's four walls and ceiling are inlaid with digitally controlled studio lighting, enabling photographers to join forces with a robot without having to promise their camera's hand in marriage. Outside these three creative spaces, a 7,000-square-foot hall hosts a range of private events such as weddings and new-equipment showcases.
When not hosting creative talents, Blue Sky staffers contribute directly to the process as they provide camera gear and accessories, photography and production assistants, and services such as location scouting and casting. They can also aid in completing a photographer's digital workflow with postproduction work, secure-image archival, and hand-drawing mustaches on models in each photo.