The Fastest Photo Booth in the World Can Now Also Record Video.
Say NO to Pipe and Drape Photo Booths!
Why even $300 is too much for these things...
What is a pipe and drape photo booth?
This is a new term for a, "Photo Booth," that is simply made out of pvc pipe or metal piping surrounded by some kind of drapery, whether it be velour or otherwise. The whole concept of what a photo booth really is, is completely lost in this type of set-up and the photos come out as though your guests are posed in front of a photographer.
These companies use a store bought digital camera connected to a home use printer that is often placed outside the set-up on a table.
If this is what you wanted at your event, you are better off buying your own camera, bringing your own printer and doing it yourself.. at least you would get to keep the equipment at the end of the night.
How our Photo Booth services differ
OUR digital machine is not made of pipes and drapery, but rather, is a legitimate photo booth with a solid metal exterior, that uses a commercial use camera and a top of the line dye-sublimation printer to produce 2 photo strips of 3 or 4 pictures per session on high quality photo paper. By legitimate, I mean that you get in, close the curtain, take your photos, exit the booth and wait for the machine to process your pictures- there is no person involved with when and how your pictures come out- you and your guests are in control, and our friendly attendedant is there to help if needed.
We are prepared, we call each venue and figure out how we can get into the venue and how we can exit the venue.
We do not have any hidden fees, our contract is short and fully states our responsibilies in providing you excellent service. Some companies charge additional fees for duplicate photos, if photos go over a certain number, how soon you make the reservation, and more. We let our clients come see our photo booths. We are honest about our services and while certain rentals may be more expensive than these pipe and drape replicas, we provide REAL photo booths and not makeshift photo booths.
THE BOTTOM LINE IS . . . Do Your Research!
Cheaper does not mean better and often times you get what you pay for.
Ask for pictures of the photo booth you will be getting on your event.
Visit the company's office to see the photo booth.
Ask for details on how the photos print, including what type of paper and ink it uses.
Ask for previous client reviews and testimonials.
Ask for hidden fees and any potential additional charges.
Check the contract before you commit to a company, you never know what your getting yourself into.
Ask about backup plans. We send a spare photo both to guarantee our service.