Special Event Photography - Photo Booth
Event photography or sometimes called Specialty Photography is more than easily handled with the Projected Virtual Backgrounds System. Not only can you use the system to give clients a customized theme based background, but you can have several variations that would literally take less than a second to change. Rick Harding of San Antonio, TX has been using the VB system at School Proms for years. He was able to land those accounts because of his ability to customize backgrounds for the themes chosen by the schools. He has had as many as 8 systems working at different schools on Prom Night.
The use of the Virtual Backgrounds System is now shaking up the Dance School Photographers that do not use this system. Recent developments have enabled ambitious photographers to use the system with two background screens in order to accommodate larger groups. This has opened up the industry to color harmony with costumes and also custom themes for each school. Dance schools are enjoying the diversity of the backgrounds as compared to the unexciting white, blue, green, or black that is being used so often. We have documented cases where the schools are approaching photographers who use the VB system, instead of the photographer having to approach them.
Wedding clients are having their photographer set up a “Photo-booth” at the reception with their Virtual Backgrounds system and it is being received with a lot of excitement. Their guests can have a lot of fun or they can get serious with the portrait from one of these “Photo-booths”… it is their choice and yet so simple to do.
Virtual Backgrounds is portable and can be setup in minutes taking photo booths to a new level. Setup anywhere, no studio required.
Our unique background screen allow the photographer to use nearly any kind of subject lighting just as long as a light is not directly behind the camera/projector. Most photographers do not have to modify their normal studio lighting, unless they want to. Light control is important. The diagram below shows the most basic and typical light setup used in our studio.