Have you ever wondered what goes with setting up a good photo booth for your party? What you should or shouldn’t bring? How many pictures can I get? What can be done to make the picture stand out? Look no further.
When I get hired to use my photo booth, it is usually for a huge occasion. Sometimes, I bring the props and backgrounds, other times they do. It just depends on how everyone wants to do it. Over the years, I have been hired to take pictures of the Marine Corps Ball, the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders at a birthday party, along with every major Dallas mascot you can imagine, the Shriners hospital, and many others too numerous to mention. The one thing every client has in common is that the event they hire me for is a big deal to them; therefore, it is a big deal to me.
Over the years, I have developed my skills so much that I had to get the perfect printer. And when I say it was fast, it is fast! I can print your picture in seconds versus the several minutes other printers take. Which brings me to my next point, you must have a good printer. If you don’t, the picture will not last and I want my pictures to last a lifetime.
One of the main things I love about my photo booth are my customers. It never fails, in the beginning, only a few people participate and want their pictures taken. By the end of the evening, we have so many people participating that I can’t keep up with everyone, which is a good thing! I also make sure every person in that photo has their own personal picture. I had so much fun when I shot with the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders. All of my customers were taking pictures and asking for the cheerleader’s autographs.
If you want your next party to stand out, hire a photo booth. Not only because it is fun, but it is also a great way for memories to be shared after the party is over and for years to come.