Photo Booth Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Do you have an attendant at the photo booth?
Someone will always be onsite when the photo booth is in operation, however they may not alway be right at the side of the photo booth. Depending on your event and the services all you have contracted for we may be able to have someone at the booth the entire time or may have to check on it periodically throughout the event.
How long do you need to set up and tear down?
We usually say to give us an hour to set up and 30 minutes to tear down. Depending on the location and accessibility it could be a little longer or short time to do each.
How do I book?
Contact us via facebook, email, phone or by our contact us form. Tell us the service you're requesting and what times we are needed for. If we are available we will complete and send you the contract. All of our contracts are completed electronically. We will email you the contract for you to sign. Contracts are signed electronically and once you complete the signature portion and submit it the contract is automatically sent back to us and you will also receive a copy of the completed document. After the contract is signed submit your inital payment and the date is officially booked for your event.
Where should I put the photo booth at?
We suggest putting it somewhat close to the action. If it is out of the way or out of site your guests are likely to not go to it or not even know about it. One thing to consider is how close your location. is to a power supply. We do have items to cover the wires to allow for guests to be able to walk around your event without the worry of tripping on the power cord.
Do you have a green screen?
Yes. We have greens screens and the ability to remove the green and replace it with a digitally inserted image. This is a fun way to add something different to your event. There are however a couple of things to know about. The background quality in the image may not be as clear as a printed background and if you or your guests are wearing green, well you might become a floating head in the image.