Almost everybody remembers squeezing into a photo booth at some point in their lives and taking pictures with loved ones or friends. These booths became quite popular for a way to get instant pictures and then split them between the people in the picture. When you rent a photo booth, it does not just take pictures. There is so much more to them now besides just taking pictures. Modern technology has brought these booths up to speed and made it easier to create many special memories.
What a Photo Booth Can Offer
Access to Upload the Pictures on Facebook
Whether you want a booth for your wedding, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, or anything else, your guests can have fun with a photo booth and leave you a video message, as well as take pictures. Their message can be a simple I love you, or a congratulations. These short videos that your guests will make are a great keepsake. A photographer or videographer do not always capture these moments, but a guest will know ahead of time to leave you a video which makes it easier for them to stroll over to booth the first chance they get. When your event is over, the company that you rented the booth from will typically upload all of the images and videos to a password protected gallery. Some companies will even give you a CD that will have all of your pictures and videos on it.
Corporate Events Can Be Fun
Most people dread going to their corporate event or party. They assume it will be boring and try to find any excuse to get out of it. Adding a photo booth to your corporate even can make the event a lot more fun. You can have the box of props on standby for the employees that love to have a good time and are not afraid to be a little silly. One of the fun things about a photo booth is that they are capable of projecting the images that are taken, so all of the guests get to see the picture. This can become a fun game of who was in the most pictures, or who can use the props that are available to find out who can be the most silly. It is a great way to have fun and you will not hear people saying how boring the event was.