It's become an intergral part of wedding and event entertainment. The photo booth.
Although popular now, you would have been hard pressed to find a photo booth at an event 20 years ago. Back in the 80's, I started doing back dropped photography using 10-foot wide muslin backdrops and studio lighting. I have never liked the small cramped area of a 4-foot wide backdrop, since you cannot get families and large groups to fit. Therefore, 10 feet was a good compromise. Because I like the ability to shoot large groups, the photo booth was never an option for me. Families that live dispersed across the country may only get together once every few years at weddings and special events. Since they are already dressed for the occasion, it is a perfect time for family portraits. I always came prepared with a large backdrop and studio lighting available at weddings and events and it became very popular.
We believe that it is important to have a professional photographer taking each photo. This personalized attention and composition allows your guest the freedom to move around and not have to worry about operating the booth.
A photo editor works with your guest to pick a background and then prints images in as fast as seven seconds. We print images from a minimum of 4"x6" up to 8"x10". 2"x6" cut photo strip are not suitable for our type of photo booths as we want to be able to show all the detail of the background and each guest. Unlimited photo sessions and prints are standard during every event assuring guests can get photos with all their family and friends.
Traditional booths still have their place for clients who like to experience the nostalgia of an amusement park photo booth. For an immersive experience, open air greens screen booths, using cutting edge technology and social media tie-ins, allow for large groups to interact and create custom photos then instantly print and share images on social media sites.