Thanks to Trent for sending us the following writeup and photos from his booth.
"The moment you enter the Photo Experience you will notice a nostalgic sense of photographic style – a converted 1952 Sylvania Television to showcase varied photographic services. The mahogany cabinet now boasts a 30” flat screen with a sound system and graphics package that converts it into a media center. A black and white Photo-Me photo booth from a 1968 London manufacture adds to the experience by allowing you to create your own photo portraits in just five minutes.
Quinn and Trent have a number of fun props available to help you enhance your photo booth 'experience.' Big wax lips to fake mustaches are but a few. Index cards that you can write your very own message into your photo strip. Blank greeting cards with a slot for your personalized photo strip can make the perfect card for any occasion. Tools to help you hand color your own photographs as well as a scanner that can scan your image and enhance them to a poster size are available to you as well."
Contributed by Trent Albert