Created by French inventor T. E. Enjalbert, and patented by the German born photographer Mathew Steffens in May 1889, the photo booth is arguably among the very first vending machines.
The concept of photo booth would be modernized by Anatol Josepho, who had arrived in the U.S. from Russia in 1923. Two years later the photo booth appearing in 1925 on Broadway in New York City. For 25 cents, the booth took, developed and printed 8 photos, a process taking roughly ten minutes.
Jumping forward to 2013, the contemporary Photo Booth, usually offers state of the art photography, which produces incredible images, instantly.
Coming fresh from a recent wedding which had a photo booth, the photo booths of today may vary, but one commonalty they will all share, is the amusement it provides for all the guests.
Today's Photo Booth offers, black and white, sepia and color images, three or more prints for each photo session, custom welcome screens, a custom logo printed on each strip, your choice of music playing in the booth, and an incredible variety of additional options, which can be customized to the theme of any wedding.
The photo booth is also another way to preserve your day, with a photo booth scrap book and a copy of all the images taken in the booth. Call us at 919.701.9556 or send us an email if you would like to get started capturing your guests experience with a photobooth!