July 12, 2016
Open air photo booths represent a significant upgrade from those old school enclosed photo booths we all remember from our childhood. If you want the very best photo images from your wedding or corporate event, you’ll definitely want to choose an open air photo booth for three important reasons:
The one major drawback of any enclosed photo booth is the space constraint – after all, there are just so many people you can fit within any enclosed space, no matter how well it’s designed. Think back to the open air photo booths you used to enjoy as a kid – there might have been room to squeeze in three people, if that!
That’s not the case with open air photo booths, which are perfect for large events where you want to fit in large groups of people. At weddings, that means you can fit in all the bridesmaids and all the groomsmen – and, hey, maybe even some of their friends also. In fact, if you check out the photo gallery over at The Nifty Booth, you can see exactly how many people can fit in at one time. We counted eight in one booth alone!
With an open air photo booth, you get to choose your backdrop allowing you to customize the look of the photos and making it so that the backdrop fits into the aesthetics of the designed event. That’s a huge plus if it’s an event like a wedding – you’ve already worked so hard to get every detail of the event perfect, why would you stop with the photo booth?
Maybe you’re in the mood for something glittery – you might want the shiny gold backdrop. Or maybe you’re feeling the summer excitement – that would be a reason to choose a more colorful backdrop. But the options don’t stop there - with The Nifty Booth, there are several custom backdrops and the option to design your own.
If there’s one single factor that can make or break how your wedding photography turns out, it’s the lighting. The right lighting can really bring out all the details and guarantee that you’ll get the photos you really love. The best lighting, of course, is natural light from the sun, and that’s the big selling point of the open air photo booth. Yes, open air means open access to the sun.
And if the sun doesn’t happen to be cooperating that day, the space is large enough to get in all the professional lighting that you need. Plus, the bigger space of the open air photo booth opens up all kinds of unique angles and shots for professional-grade DSLR cameras that just aren’t possible with smaller, more cramped spaces.
Once you’ve decided on having a photo booth at your wedding or custom event, the first choice you’ll want to make is between an open air photo booth and a traditional, old school enclosed photo booth. If you want the very best photos that you’ll remember for a lifetime, you’ll want the open air booth – it’s the single best option for getting in group shots, optimizing the lighting for a shot, and customizing the overall look and design of your once-in-a-lifetime event!
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