Eric Barry, a past equity trader and current event photographer created his own photobooth called Media Booth Pro about five years ago. Barry created his own brand focused on easy transport, assembly and versatility after being frustrated about not being able to find a booth suitable for his wedding photography work.
Peppermill Resort Spa Casino will install six video walls throughout the property. Head of the resort’s entertainment electronics and media department, Joe Ness, has managed a team of Peppermill videographers in more than 30 countries to develop “Windows of the World,” a video that spans the entire property and is displayed on 4,180 plasma screens throughout the resort. The crew uses the latest equipment to ensure clarity of the images, and the use of LCD screens makes the images appear realistic.
Snapchat geofilters are now available at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa.
Geofilters allow Snapchat users to inform their followers where and when they are someplace with a fun font to represent the area. Whether in a private video or picture to a friend, or on their public story, it’s a quirky way to let people know what you’re up to. Snapchat has recently made it possible for its users to create exclusive geofilters for their events and celebrations.
Check out the video from this year's Best of Minnesota Awards! Relive all of the fun! #BestOfMN20145
Nathan Flatt, a Sacramento mechanical engineer, and Justin Straub, a marketing and business strategy guru, quit their day jobs last year to concentrate full time on BloomBooth, an innovative collapsible photo booth that is picture perfect for event planners (Straub has since sold his share to Flatt). The mobile contraption can be wheeled into a venue on a utility cart and unfolds into a full-size booth equipped with camera, computer and printer.
Great photos are a surefire way to remind guests of the great time they had at your event and preserve memories they will cherish for years. With so much on the line, selecting photographers can be tricky. We've pulled together a selection of tips and tricks from experts so you can find a skilled photographer and get a superb selection of shots from your event.
HIRING A PHOTOGRAPHER to document a corporate event is often an afterthought, but several important details should be integrated into your proposal and budget from the beginning. Here’s what to consider when planning photography for your event:
1. What is your vision?
Prepare a timeline outlining the specifics of your event, highlight the elements and people you expect to be documented and communicate the intended need of those images to the photographer.