A tax day Photobooth in the Santa Cruz redwoods

We spent Tax Day 2017 celebrating NOT tax day, but a couple of birthdays.

The venue was a beautiful home in the Santa Cruz mountains. Down a rutted out, half-paved road, past the iconic tourist trap known as Mystery Spot (which I can't wait to take my almost-seven-year old daughter to soon!), through a gate, and up a windy road.

Good people celebrating a father and son birthday with friends and neighbors, with a bunch of little cousins running around the place.

We had a couple of guests tell us "Your photobooth is on point!" and that it really helped make the event special. The elder guest of honor, who was initially against the whole idea of having a photobooth at the party, was one the most repeat customers!

Guests using our Infinite photobooth outside. This is one of the things I love most about open-air photobooths like this. They can be set up in pretty much any location, including outside!

We use handmade props on steel rods. These are made by the creative folks at  Whisker Works.

We use handmade props on steel rods. These are made by the creative folks at Whisker Works.

The hostess created this living picture wall for the event. We printed extra photo strips to share on the wall.

The hostess created this living picture wall for the event. We printed extra photo strips to share on the wall.

We can create the same sort of living picture wall at any event.

We can create the same sort of living picture wall at any event.

Here's what the photo strip looked like. We do custom artwork for every event, based the client's theme. Also, notice how sharp the colors are and how crisp the lighting is in the pictures. My biggest suggestion to folks when they are deciding on a photobooth vendor is to LOOK AT THE OUTPUT! Are the images crisp and clear with bright, vivid colors? It takes some photography skill to pull that off.     The artwork for this template was design by the one-and-only Erin at  Not So Basic Borders.

Here's what the photo strip looked like. We do custom artwork for every event, based the client's theme. Also, notice how sharp the colors are and how crisp the lighting is in the pictures. My biggest suggestion to folks when they are deciding on a photobooth vendor is to LOOK AT THE OUTPUT! Are the images crisp and clear with bright, vivid colors? It takes some photography skill to pull that off.

The artwork for this template was design by the one-and-only Erin at Not So Basic Borders.