Monday, October 26, 2015
One of the most special parts of wedding for me is when the bride and groom come through the booth to take some fun pictures. This is one of the few moments (during most weddings) where the couple gets to let their hair down and have a little casual fun. I think it's such a nice contrast to the formality of the ceremony and the stress of planning. Every photo booth needs a healthy dose of fun with the happy couple!
Friday, October 9, 2015
The same old thing for a photo booth can get old over time, but the really great thing about photo booths is their versatility. Think about it, there's so many customizable features on a photo booth that can be changed with little trouble. The idea below is one that I've really been enjoying experimenting with. It's very simple to make a new cover for the booth. All it really requires is some fabric, a theme, and minimal time to put something together that changes the whole vibe!
Monday, September 28, 2015
A huge part of what makes photo booths such a good time for people is the exciting mix of retro, whacky, and colorful, and who doesn't love that? But this also means that not having those things can take away from what the photo booth should be. In today's post we just wanted to show a simple idea for setting the fun mood so that your guests have full photo booth experience - and sometimes, it just comes down to the little things.
Friday, September 18, 2015
I've been harping on a similar topic for a while hear, but today I'll continue to do so. People. Love. Photo booths! It's true. They have for centuries and they still do today. Even celebrities love photo booths. Today's picture comes from an overly passionate Justin Bieber with his old lover, Selena Gomez. If you rent a photo booth, it might not get you a love like this one, but it's a worth a shot.
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
We like to have features here at the blog where we check out photo strips from celebrities. That's right, it turns out they like photo booths like everyone else. Here's one from Ms. Alicia Keys. She says it best when she calls the booth a "picture jungle where dreams are made of, there's nothing you can't do, now you're in the photo booth." Cheers to Alicia Keys and her fantastic pipes!
Monday, August 4, 2014
We're starting a new series here at the blog about the most famous photo booth explosions in history, and we're doing this for two reasons. One: everyone loves a good explosion. Two: not everyone likes to be in a good explosion so we want to lend some advice on photo booth safety as we know it can get fairly dangerous. In this first post we want to bring you a story that i'm sure you've been told before but may be nervous to recount. That's right, it's The Photo Booth Explosion of the Bulge. During the battle of the bulge between December 1944 and January 1945 there was a photo booth setup in the trenches for US troops to improve morale. The booth had been up and running for about two weeks when a German bomb took it out in an air raid. There 67 US troops in the booth at the time of the explosion, sad to say, none of them survived. This was one of the darkest days in history. The remnants of the booth still lay on the beach in Normandy.
Monday, July 28, 2014
I know that most of the time photo booths are a very light hearted topic, but not always. You count your blessing that you weren't in this photo booth at the time when an unexpected explosion occured somewhere in the lense of the Nikon D3100 camera that was taking the pictures. Things got hot quick and at least 78 people were injured and 43 (and counting) were killed. This picture portrays the aftermath of the blast pretty well, a man who witnessed the scene said, "I've seen explosions before, but nothing like this. I just hope they find everyone who is still missing and sue the person responsible for this." The PR representatives at Nikon said early this morning, "We're very grieved about this and our prayers go out the families of those affected in the blast. We're trying very hard to figure out what caused this burst of energy in the camera."