05 Mar Customise your Photo Booth beyond the Theme
Rarely does anyone hire a generic photo booth. Even if you are hiring a photo booth for a wedding or anniversary, you would want to explore more than the standard features that a typical photo booth comes with. One of the first features to consider is the theme. A photo booth must have a theme appropriate for the event. You will come across themes for weddings and receptions, birthday parties and anniversaries, social and cultural festivities, there are kids’ friendly themes and adult themes, then there are novelty themes and outlandish themes as well. You can choose a theme that suits your event, caters to your preferences and will possibly captivate your guests.
While the theme of a photo is extremely important, it is not the only striking feature. You should be able to customise a photo booth in a way you think is befitting your event. The choice of venue may have some influence. The kind of props you wish to have will obviously have an impact on your choices. You may also want to customise the photo booth in a truly unique way. The best way to go about this customisation is to prepare a list of features you may want and the kinds of attributes you wish to avoid.
You will be introduced to strips, albums and different types of backdrops when you check out a typical photo booth. Open and enclosed booths cannot be customised in the same way. Booths that don’t have green screens in the backdrop will have limited room for improvisation. You may want to have green screens so you can let your imagination fly and manifest anything that is technically conceivable. The size of the photo booth and its larger setting will also determine the kind of props you can use. Opt for a spacious enough photo booth that will not limit the options of props or the number of guests that you can accommodate inside the booth at the same time.
Pay special heed to the lights and hues when you customise a photo booth. The colour of the materials being used to set up the photo booth, the shades of the lights and their types, if there is any degree of automation for the lights and how a particular theme will complement that overall setting will play a significant role. A photo booth may be inflatable, the primary material setting the booth could be fabric or it could be an elaborate set with plenty of pieces being put together. Look for a photo booth that allows you to customise as much as you want.
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