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What You'll Get
Unlike kissing booths and phantom tollbooths, photo booths are completely impartial. Befriend a receptive receptacle with today’s Groupon: for $397, you get a four-hour photo-booth rental from Foto Box (a $795 value).
Foto Box extracts memories from special events and escorts them safely into the future with four-hour photo-booth rentals. Using the smile stall’s professional photography equipment, guests snap an unlimited number of mug shots, which are printed in sets of four onto high-quality photo paper. Digital technology and lighting used by studios capture split-second moments, and an LCD monitor affords detailed views of grins as they emerge from lip cocoons and sprout into infectious flurries of laughter. Before the event’s start time, a friendly technician arrives to assemble the booth and remains on-site to provide technical and moral support to disheartened paparazzi. Full breakdown and removal of the booth will also be provided.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 24, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Subject to availability. 48hr cancellation notice required. Extra fee outside 20mi of 33511. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Foto Box
Foto Box’s freestanding photo booth transforms images into high-resolution color prints in 12 seconds. An attendant sets up the sharp-shooting booth and lays out boxes of props, such as jumbo sunglasses and hats. Equipped with Nikon and Canon DSLR cameras and professional lighting gear, the automated photographer captures wild smiles, mischievous grins, and stares of existential angst in four quick flashes. The LCD monitor's live feed helps up to 12 subjects perfect their funny faces.
Customized message strips add a cartoonish twist to the souvenirs by narrating the action of birthday bashes, weddings, or corporate parties. Images later appear online, where guests can access digital copies to post on blogs or milk cartons.