Whether they're photographing a wedding, a birthday party, or a business event, Brian Dinius and Rachel Campbell make the same guarantee: your images will be ready—and edited—within 24 hours. The duo combines their computer, marketing, and picture-taking expertise into an efficient process that preserves memorable moments, both in the San Francisco Bay and Los Angeles areas.
Signature service: Picture Me Crazy Photo Booth
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 2?4 hours
Brands Used: Photo booth
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City Lights Photobooth's cheerful staffers travel across the city, sleek photo booths in tow. They set up the modern booths at parties and special events, supplying party-goers with props, colored backgrounds, and green screens. As subjects pose for pictures, their photos are streamed on a 22-inch monitor and then printed by a high-resolution printer to take home.
Spinning Images alleviates at least some wedding-day anxiety by tackling two major aspects: the photos and the music. The DJ-photographer team not only snaps photos before, during, and after the ceremony, but also sets the soundtrack for the reception. This includes bringing the entire sound system and special-effects lighting.
Creative DJ's Photo Booth Rentals enlivens parties and events with DJ services, light shows, and snapshots of party guests. DJs host dance parties that pair diverse music selections with fog machines, confetti cannons, and flashing lights that pulse along to the beat. Photo booths, meanwhile, snap images of up to 10 people at a time, available on the spot as 2"x6" photo strips or after the event in an online photo gallery.
Nestled in the building that previously housed renowned restaurant Ponchito, which drew celebrities and even former president Ronald Reagan, Mission 261 is steeped in culinary tradition and a history of lavish entertainment. The restaurant continues that legacy, regaling diners with extravagant performances by the Dancing Fire Dance Company. The dancers dazzle eyes with Tahitian, hula, samba, and LED Glow performances dressed in Vegas-show-style garb, and conclude the evening with a glowing LED-light finale. During these grand displays, guests feast on a Hawaiian buffet of coconut shrimp, huli-huli chicken, and fire-roasted kalua pig.
Though the chefs experiment with Hawaiian cuisine, their specialty is a menu of finely crafted Cantonese delicacies. Dim sum and tea fill out the lunch menu, followed by entrees such as bird's nest soup and braised abalone with oyster sauce at dinnertime. Diners can also opt for traditional Chinese favorites including kung pao chicken, Peking-style pork chops, and sauteed scallops with chili peppers.
Their dining room is as expansive as their menu, with a series of banquet rooms and an outdoor patio?marked by dramatic architecture and photo-ready d?cor?that host up to 800 diners. This makes Mission 261 a go-to choice for those planning a wedding, family reunion, or impromptu chariot race.