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Photobooth rental in PDC?

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#1 EmenGeeRoxx

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Posted 20 November 2009 - 04:24 PM

Does anyone know of a company that provides a photobooth service. I have seen these at a few weddings where the guests will enter a photobooth and have 4 shots taken and they simply stick it on a scrap book and sign a message. Looked more creative and fun than your standard guestbook.

Anyway if anyone has info or recommendations/reviews please let me know.


#2 ddk5576

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    Posted 23 November 2009 - 02:30 PM

    I am interested in this as well! I hope someone can help us! I have searched online & haven't been successful.

    #3 PaulSchrank

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      Posted 24 November 2009 - 12:28 PM

      As far as an actual booth that spits out a strip of four photos, like this:

      Denver Photo Booth :: The Premier Photo Booth Experience

      No, not in PDC that I know of. If it existed I would know because I go to about 6 weddings a month here.

      My friends at Stak Photography Duo in NYC do something like that without the booth:

      The Swan Club NY Wedding Photography Photobooth | STAK Photographer Duo - New York and Destination Wedding Photography

      It looks like they set up an area with a backdrop and lighting and invite the guests to step in for some shots. I was thinking this a great idea, especially if it's combined with video comments.

      Taking a polaroid and putting them in a book with comments has been popular for several years now, and I've seen it down here. Polaroid has stopped production so the film is very rare and not available here. I did see someone try to use a point and shoot camera with a small printer that prints from the card in the camera. But it was too complicated and didn't get used. If you do this you need a person to stand there all night and take and print pictures for people.

      #4 EmenGeeRoxx

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      Posted 25 November 2009 - 02:00 PM

      Contacted these guys, but website says 2012

      Wedding DJs in Mayan Riviera Mexico Photo Booths

      #5 lalanyc

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        Posted 03 December 2009 - 12:12 AM

        I wonder if it's possible to set up a little corner studio w/ rented equipment and have people take their own pics w/ say a button or whatever. My family suggested setting up a fake donkey for silly pics.... (errr, sounds funny but can you imagine!?!!). Has anyone ever seen a "do it yourself" photo studio at a wedding (instead of an actual booth)?

        #6 EmenGeeRoxx

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        Posted 03 December 2009 - 03:52 PM

        Here is another option
        Instant Digital Camera - Polaroid

        You will need a ton of batteries though as it only prints 20 photos per battery. If you go to eBay you can probably get some cheap batteries.

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