Photography has progressed exponentially over the past century with the development of digital cameras, faster shutter speeds, and smiling. Capture the latest trends of emotional technology with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$395 for a three-hour photo-booth-rental package (an $895 value)
- Three hours of photo-booth operation for unlimited guests
- Free links for all guests to download unlimited composites
- One photo keepsake CD of all the digital composites
- One attendant to assist guests
- Free delivery within a 15-mile radius of the Pittsburgh metro<p>
$595 for the above with custom designed printed 4”x6” photo-card prints (a $1,190 value)<p>
Photoscape’s booths, with intuitive touchscreen controls, capture four candid poses of an unlimited number of partygoers, wedding guests, or general merrymakers while screaming past the analog competition at quadruple the speed of traditional photo booths. Hollywood lighting illuminates cheese-eating grins onto four sepia, grayscale, or color photos, each surrounded by custom borders like a world map drawn in lightning-bolt decals. After the session, the shutterbugged grab free links for downloading and printing limitless copies of chromatic memories, and the host takes home a CD brimming with all the event’s images.
Operating out of a rehabbed '50s diner, photographer Joseph Balena carries out in-studio and on-location photo shoots that boil over with authenticity. His signature style of lensmanship results in prints that feel as if they were ripped from a fashion magazine. For parties that don't require a photog with legs or human emotions, Balena and his team cart their digital photo booth throughout the Pittsburgh metro area. The hyper-fast booth injects snap-shooting fun into fetes with onsite prints, props, and vampire-sensitive film.
71% of 24 customers recommend
“nice people to deal with”
“quality photos and an experienced and nice person ran the booth!”
“Great communication and getting back to me. Attendant at the event was very professional and the people really enjoyed it.”