There are few things more fun than a photo booth. It’s pretty much par for the course for a wedding reception to have one anymore… so being that I am trying to become more of a professional photographer that does weddings and such, I thought I should try to start getting in on it.
Plus, I just love photo booths. That’s all that is on my refrigerator right now – photo booth strips. It’s a sickness.
Earlier this spring, I was looking for things to add to my Amazon wish list (because addicted. Also poor.) and happened upon a really great deal on photography stuff. So I ordered a backpack (that was then stolen in Boston, but more on that later) and some filters and other cool stuff. The most important part of that purchase? A remote.
The first time we tried a photo booth with my camera it was at the Murder Mystery Party for New Years. It worked pretty well, but to take the picture you had to keep going over and pushing the timer on it and running back into place. No bueno. Remote solved all that.
So you better believe, that starting with the first of the several parties we were attending, I was going to test it out.
Well, correction, we tested out the props first.
And then, the day we had both Liz’s wedding shower and bachelorette party – the photo booth became very important because we used it at both.
I’m thinking it was a hit..
And some self-promotion real quick… hosting an event and looking for a photo booth? I’m your girl!