Absolutely perfect, that’s what it was.
Alexandra and Riley were married at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, an iconic cathedral situated at one of the highest parts of the city in Nob Hill. From there guests walked to the University Club, a beautiful brick building with a skyline view of San Francisco that absolutely can’t be beat.
Alexandra and Riley are two of the most genuine, warm, grateful people I’ve met, and I’m so glad that I got to be a part of this.
Photobooths are awesome! They’re a great way to get good photos of the majority of your guests, and people have a lot of fun in them.
If you’d like to book a photobooth for your wedding, they’re $500 and can be left up for as long as I’m there (usually until the end of the reception). Why are my photobooths awesome? A few reasons:
1) I’m a photographer. If something goes wrong with your photobooth, I know how to handle it. I know how to light an image, I know the ins and outs of my cameras, and I know how to process the images well. The photos are shot RAW on a digital SLR, lit by a studio-quality flash, and processed just like my wedding images. They’re as high-quality as high quality gets.
2) They’re self-operated. Guests push a pedal on the floor to take their own photos. People get a little more crazy in a photobooth without an ever-present operator – they don’t feel like anyone’s watching them, which means funnier photos. The photos are shown immediately on an HD screen.
3) You can fit a ton of people in them! Sorority sisters, entire extended families, you name it. No need to try and squeeze just to get 4 people in there – there’s plenty of space.
4) They’re cheap. $500 is pretty darn good. I’m already at your wedding – you aren’t paying for me to make a special trip out there for your photobooth. It’s self-operated, so there’s no employee to pay. The end result is super high-quality photos at a very competitive price point.
5) Backdrops that are unique to your wedding. I have three standard backdrops that I bring: red, white, and blue. However, since this is an “open-air” photobooth, it often works really well to use a cool wall or other area at your venue for the backdrop, which means photos that are unique to your wedding.
Here are some recent photos from wedding photobooths:
If you’re interested in having one at your wedding, let me know! For more info, click HERE.