3 priceless reasons to choose an open air photo booth over its claustrophobic cousin
Unless you live under a rock or none of your network of friends are getting married, you’ve probably noticed that every reception you’ve been to has had a photo booth in attendance.
Now, when you hear the term “photo booth,” the first picture that probably pops into your mind is a bench behind a curtain in an enclosed box with a screen that counts down from 10 before taking your lovely photos.
You’re not wrong.
So what does “open air” bring to the equation?
It’s simple really; it does all the things a traditional photo booth does but with more room to move. So while the old-fashioned enclosed booth is great, open air has brought a modern twist to it, and not before time either.
Who needs their space restricted?
Now that you know the difference, here as promised, are 3 reasons you should pick new over old.
1. We've said it once, and we’ll say it again, space!
You’ll be able to get a lot more people into your photo. Forget 2 or 3 at a squeeze and have 20 with ease. Your guests will be able to strike a pose with nothing restricting them but their imagination.
2.Better quality of images
Typically, but not always, traditional photo booths have been known to be fitted with cameras at the lower end of the quality scale. Added to the fact that you’re in an enclosed space with bad lighting, it can come out with photos that aren’t particularly easy on the eye.
Having an open space to catch some better lighting can go a long way towards image quality. Having a high-quality camera with an operator who knows how to use it as standard doesn’t hurt either!
Photo bombing will never go out of style, in fact, it’s even easier with an open air photo booth. So bomb away with no regard for others photos, we’re sure they’ll have a good chuckle about it in the end.
So, there you have it. Hopefully, that leaves you with a little more information to make an educated decision when it comes to choosing a booth style for your next event.
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