Zulabooth’s photo experts bring all the equipment needed to capture memorable moments during gatherings. Attendants set up the portable booth and keep things running smoothly as guests pile in for unlimited sessions, striking four poses per strip. The booth’s spacious interior hosts up to 10 subjects or one wealthy subject, eight butlers, and a tibetan mastiff. Canon cameras loaded with proprietary software focus and adjust for each exposure’s proper contrast and color before sending shots to the commercial-grade printer. Photos appear within 10 seconds of the session, and each large 2”x6” strip holds four color or black-and-white images and a personal message. Zulabooth gladly creates duplicates of strips and uploads them online for guests to view or print at home.
After seeing photo booths at two separate weddings—and talking to the brides and grooms about the high prices they paid for their rentals—Geoff Zoeckler and Chad Hendricks founded Picture Booth in 2008. With a combination of business experience, photography know-how, and engineering skills, the two are able to provide photo-booth services at an affordable price. After their attendants set up the photo booth, guests can pose for an unlimited number of portraits, checking out the results on an LCD computer screen. Hendricks and Zoeckler also cast a glow over weddings and other events with custom uplighting services.
Glossy photo strips shoot endlessly from the printers of YoloBooth's memory factories, providing guests with fun keepsakes of weddings and parties. Unlimited numbers of 4"x6" prints freeze friendly poses in color or black and white, accompanied by optional customizations such as company logos, monograms, or digital muttonchops. Props such as hats, glasses, and scarves liven up shots with family and friends, whereas photo albums allow guests to leave their pictures and personalized greetings for the host. A friendly attendant delivers and sets up the booth, then sticks around for the entire event, helping guests operate the booth and ensuring that the camera's lens cap is off.