What do you mean by “Open Concept” photo booth? Traditionally, a photo booth is a small enclosed cubicle where you go in, sit on a chair and have your ID picture taken. Its designed to have only your head in the shot for a passport photo and the like. This has now been overhauled in the modern event photo booth concept. The enclosed structure is removed and replaced with an open-air photo booth.
Removing the fixed structure of a traditional photo booth unlocks its full potential in an event setting.
Having an open concept photo booth mean you can fit more people in a picture, making family portraits and group shots possible. There’s more flexibility setting it up in your venue as you can make it fit in tight spaces, or look glorious in a spacious area. You are no longer limited to plain black backdrops or curtains so your event’s theme comes alive with a beautiful backdrop to match it. Withness as your guests have fun while taking their photos because they are not closed-off in a tent Fun and laughter from the photo booth spreads throughout your party, transforming it from a lame event to an awesome one! People will let loose and enjoy doing outrageous kinds of poses.
So what is it, exactly? We essentially setup a professional photography studio in your event – using high-power studio flash strobe lighting, a DSLR camera, photography-grade backdrops, and a super-fast photo printer.
So how many people can we fit in our photo booth? There’s no exact science to measure that, but our record stands at 20 people – with room for more!