The entire Booth team has a background in professional photography. We had the honor of working with One Medical Group and their amazing team. Originally, our gear was packed with a seamless backdrop but once the silver freight elevator caught the eyes of our team, there was a change of plans. Our team was able to make the adjustments needed and create a custom look using the surroundings, pretty cool right?
According to researchers in Berlin, Germany there are health benefits of using a photo booth. A study found that taking pictures with your friends helps rejuvenate minds and makes people happy. This Booth happiness helps reduce stress levels which is absolutely necessary for a healthy mind and body. Read more at Healthnewsline.net As you can tell, The Booth and our guests knew this all along!
Once in The Booth, we guarantee you'll want to take more than one photo. Let's make it a GIF Booth!
1. Step into our GIF Booth.
2. Bust a move as we snap a series of photos.
3. Leave with an animated GIF you and your friends will love!
Pretty easy right? Check out some fun GIFs below.
Starting on Monday, The Metropolitan Museum of Art will exhibit 100 Years Of Portrait Photography In West Africa. Works of Seydou Keïta of Mali, J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere of Nigeria, and Malian photographer Malick Sidibé will be displayed. Flashback Friday! Last Fall, The Booth had the honor of joining The Africa Center to recreate historical photographs from West Africa. We can't wait for the next inspired Photo Booth project! See a few of our recreations (right) along with the originals (left) below.
Last night, we had the pleasure of joining Convene for their Christmas in August event. The meet and greet was held at their Park Avenue location, as you can tell, guests kept it really cool in our Cinemagraph Booth. Dancing, disco balls, streamers, the friendly Convene team, and fun-seeking guests created the perfect mix and a night to remember. Check out all the fun below! Rifko Meier of Oysters XO and the Oyster Girls know how to strike a pose!
The Booth joins The Huffington Post for their 10th anniversary celebration!
The site launched on May 9, 2005, when blog sites were not considered as a news medium. Arianna Huffington, the Huffington Post's founder and editor-in-chief, said that her site proved to be a credible medium. Today the site reaches over 200 million unique visitors per month, and that is something worth celebrating!
The Booth joined Eleven Madison Park at their Annual Kentucky Derby party and as usual, we all had a blast. Neil Patrick Harris photo bombing a group and then showing off a glamorous pose. Can you say legen... wait for it... dary! Even Aziz Ansari was goofing around with our giant sunglasses prop. Bring it on Preakness!
The Booth wishes you luck with your NCAA Tournament Bracket! May it be a very Sweet 16!
The Booth office standings
-Andres is out of luck picking Maryland as the final winner, but still in the lead with 450 points.
-Barbara picked University of North Carolina as the final winner.
-Chessa is looking great with Kentucky as the final winner with 340 points, so far.
-Ian picked Wisconsin as the final winner. So far he has 400 points.
Either way, we're all excited for tomorrow's games!
The time has come for Ethan and his buddies to pick up where they left off last year. We are absolutely thrilled to snap photos at the 2nd annual E's Biker Buddies event! A big thanks to Ethan's Aunt, Corey for inviting us again this year! E's Biker Buddies is the first ever ALL KIDS Cycle for Survival event where every penny raised goes to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center for rare cancer research. Last year E's Biker Buddies raised an astounding $85,000 and this year they want to repeat the magic!
Event Page: http://mskcc.convio.net/goto/EsBikerBuddies
Today's historical post features a mysterious man that was in a photo booth picture for roughly 30 years of his adult life. To date, more than 450 of these pocket-sized images have resurfaced and are in the possession of museums, historians and antique collectors around the world. The images are believed to start in the 1930's and although many have tried, no one has yet to identify this photo booth fanatic.
Last month, The Booth joined The Africa Center for a historical throwback photo booth. The inspiration for this photo booth came from Malian photographer Malick Sidibé who photographed members of his village in his homemade studio that we recreated.