One of the first things I ever did in my high school photography class was light painting. It is so fascinating to see the movement of light translated on to still film, or now-a-days, the digital image sensor. We have a lot of fun taking this concept and using it in our light painting photo booth! Take a look at some of the fun shots below, maybe this is a good idea for your next event or company party!
We had a great time and were honored to be invited to participate in Transform, an event the Exploratorium threw to showcase their space to the events industry. It was a fantastic night of fun and we showed off our bullet-time photo booth which creates animated GIFs like the ones we’ve posted here.
Slow Motion Photo Booths – what’s the deal?
Are you getting a real deal with your Slow Motion Photo Booth (or as we call ours, a Slo Mo Booth)?
Don’t be fooled by packages that leave your guests waiting up to two weeks to see their quirky, fun, and unforgettable images and video clips from the company holiday party. Sure, you might save some money by choosing basic slow mo packages, but at what cost? Ask yourself these questions before YOU choose your SLO MO Booth Vendor!