Action Photos sends its pro shutterbugs to capture events of every ilk, from sports events to award ceremonies, and dispatches photo booths so guests can record their own self-portraits. Solo subjects or groups of attendees pile into photo booths at weddings and other soirees, beaming genuine smiles or infusing shots with creativity by imitating famous pieces of architecture. All rentals include unlimited photos and high-quality prints for each guest, and Action Photos also emblazons the bottom of each photo strip with the event name or a corporate logo. A booth attendant ensures the line is moving along and supplies subjects with a variety of props. At the end of the night, booths are whisked away by staffers into the same cloud of purple smoke whence they arrived.
Moxie Photo Studio's founder Nikki Loehr is an award-winning photographer and teacher, but she has another job, too: raising her five kids. As a result, she's particularly skilled at newborn and maternity portraiture, though she also snaps family portraits and the like. When not behind the lens, she leads amateur photography and post?processing?classes, giving students hands-on experience as they learn the functions on their camera, from shooting modes to exposure values.
If you couldn't tell it from the word "party," the word "Texas" might tip you off?Texas Photo Party does photo booths big. Booths fit up to 12 people at a time, and goofy props such as sombreros, false mustaches, and colorful lips liven the smudge-free printed photos up. The booth prints these glossy photos just 13 seconds after the party is finished hamming it up, and a 20" LCD viewscreen gives a preview of the fun. Attendants are on-hand to help facilitate the process or describe how humans typically arrange their faces in a smile.
Paparazzo Booth is the IDEAL digital photo booth choice for your special event.
We don't look like your average photo booth because we're not your average photo booth company. Our booth is also designed with the latest in ultra-high resolution digital technology and printing, and is the "roomiest" photo booth around.
Yank a group of friends into URBN booth's open-space photo booth, don a comically large hat or wig, pose for the camera, and voila?seconds later, your likeness will be festooned across Facebook and Twitter. One of URBN Booth's distinguishing features is its social-media integration, which allows you to instantly post photos to the sites of your choice.
URBN booth sets up open-space booths at events that range from weddings to NBA Finals playoff games. Each booth's open setup allows for large groups of friends or 12-man juries to jump into the frame and create a lasting memento. Clients can customize their photos if they'd like special messages printed on the border, and there's even an option for color or black-and-white prints. The booths also feature video cameras that allow guests to leave a video message for the hosts, whether it's a quick "Congrats!" or a detailed account of grammatical errors in the best man's speech.
The charm of a photo booth often loses its appeal the moment more than a few people step inside. Worse is that guests with limited mobility are often inherently excluded from the fun. Luckily, DigiBooth by Capii Media is something of a misnomer. The company sets up open-air "booths" in spaces no smaller than 8'x8', providing ample room for groups of all sizes, allowing people in wheelchairs to roll right into the frame, and eliminating the need to wait for pictures. Crisp 2"x6" prints roll out of a dye-sublimation printer in 10 seconds or less, with lab-quality inks that dry almost instantly?or faster if you're in a wind tunnel. Once taken, photos can be customized with digital effects, such as borders or logos, and shared via email, Twitter, or Facebook. DigiBooth's model is apparently a successful one, too, as the company has become popular with clients such as Texas State University and Make-A-Wish.