Single Pose Pictures. I love the single pose pictures, especially for larger events, where you work with 150 to 300 people. It can also be necessary to have a single pose when talking about an event where everyone must leave with a picture, such as a Father-Daughter Dance. No husband wants to come home
We love customizing your photo booth experience for you and your guests. And the picture or the overlay should say something about you and your event. The challenge is figuring where to start. Here a couple of questions to consider: Landscape or Portrait: The limitations of the camera list us. So we need to decide
The photobooth for your cocktail hour. When you plan your wedding, Quinceanera, Mitzvah, or any social event, the challenge with the photo booth is the location. Too many times, the guests need to come to your booth to take your picture. I remember I had a photobooth for one Mitzvah, which was to take place
I do not know about you, but I use to love the traditional photo booth shot. Where you could take three different pictures, each time you would change the props or the poses. Then after you sign the phots, you would see all three shots. When it came to a single shot or portrait, I
The Mirror Me Booth and the Green Screen is the perfect couple for an amazing fun time at your next event. Your guests will walk up the Mirror Me Booth, and the backdrop will be a green screen. The Mirror has a green screen filter which removes the color green. The mirror transports your guests
Saint John XXIII Catholic community of Scottsdale had their annual Father/Daughter dance and it was a pleasure to serve at their photo booth. The theme for the dance was Queen of hearts. It was a lot of fun to see so many of the young ladies dress up, it really helped to transform the event.