In my previous line of work, I was a product photographer. I was framing small components in places where they were used. My work was usually published in ads, catalogs and online stores. Being trained on the equipment and software is a must as that can really affect the quality of the output. Taking pictures of people, on the other hand, is a completely different thing and requires a different set of skills. Whether it's taking wedding photos, taking baby photos, even taking school portraits requires a different set of skills that require practice. Not only are skills important, but so is the equipment. Being able to rely on good equipment is essential and any professional photographer has their own set of equipment that they become quite proficient on. Learning how a photographer's equipment works takes time and skill, and although another professional can pick up another's camera, time needs to be taken to get accustomed to the equipment.
So why this talk about equipment and skill? Well part of getting the best shots is knowing your subjects well. Whether that is knowing the family you are taking portraits of or how the mechanical part you are photographing works, it all matters. So that's why we put you in charge of the content. We provide the equipment and skill on the technical side. We use Canon full-frame SLRs with high quality lenses, studio quality flashes and advanced image processing software with years of experience to set the stage. What's left is you.
We love to see people create stories in the photo booth. Seeing old friends who haven't seen each other in years take photos together, those awkward first few photos of a couple just starting out, older couples putting in funny faces for everyone else, or even proposals. Moments that aren't captured anywhere else can be captured in a photo booth. But the equipment needs to be good. I have seen other booths that use small, lower quality cameras, poor backdrops, and inadequate lighting that output sub-par photos. Rest be assured with Booth PIX you will not have that problem.
Years of experience sets the stage for you. Now it's up to you to create the memories.