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Archive for May, 2011

Seeing NEON

by on May.21, 2011, under Events

Tonight, Jonny and I got to attend an 8th grade graduation party. There was plenty of music, plenty of food, and plenty of fun to go around. You can see from the strips that Lilly likes neon colors, so I spent some time coming up with a nice design that incorporated nice bright NEON colors.

Lilly's Guests

Girls posing in the photo booth

Good posing

Kids goofing around

Lucky Guy

These 2×6 three-up strips are really growing on me. I like the option that you have with three-up photo to include more information about the event at the bottom. The four-up strips are really a bit short on space in my opinion. I’ve really seen the light with the 2×6 strips in general, especially for younger groups. For each photo booth session you get two 2×6 strips. It’s really a nice option if all the kids want a copy for themselves. I also love the fact that my Sony updr200 cuts them for me. Not something I can say about the larger 3×8 strips.

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A Touch of Class

by on May.15, 2011, under Photo Booth Stuff

I love this picture!!!!

 

Cool picture of the photo booth

Cool picture

This picture was taken up at Estes Park.  I love how the light reflects off the back drapes of the booth.   The room is also a little bit dark, so the sign shows up really well.  One of the things I’ve always felt strongly about is that I think CRPB’s booth is one of the most elegant booths I’ve seen.  This is what you want at your wedding.  I really love how this booth looks once the lights are dimmed.  No cheesy graphics, no advertising, just class.

Here is another neat picture that shows the screen a bit more.

Image of the booth looking at the screen

A view of the front of the booth

 

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2011 Mad Hatters Ball

by on May.07, 2011, under Events

This year we were pleased to be asked to participate in the Dani’s Foundation 2011 Mad Hatters Ball.   Dani’s Foundation was formed to help find a cure for pediatric sarcoma.   This year’s Mad Hatters Ball was a fund raiser to support those efforts.   The event was held in Downtown Denver at the Invesco Station.   This is a really cool building just beside Invesco Field.  It felt to me like I was in an old train station.

Guests at the Mad Hatters Ball

Guests checking out the Booth

The people and patients were all great.

More Guests

Getting into the props

We designed a layout for them that helped to match the theme.  The dazzling swirls of the confusing Mad Hatter theme.  I really liked this layout.

Funny Guests

Good Looking Couple

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Awesome Wedding in Estes Park

by on May.05, 2011, under Events

Tracy and I headed up to Estes Park yesterday for a wedding reception. It was great. Tracy and I had some time to sit outside during the ceremony and enjoy the mountain air. It’s always nice when you can a chance to stop and relax for a while.

Tracy and Brian

Goofing around testing the booth

The bride and groom, Stephanie and Tory, were awesome. Stephanie was a gorgeous bride.

Bride and Groom

The Newlyweds

The bulk of their night was done in black and white on the larger format 3×8 strips. Tracy put them all in a great scrapbook that Stephanie had picked out, which contained black paper. By the end of the night, it really looked great.

Guests in the booth

The party

You can see that Stephanie and Tory went with the larger strips, 3″x8″. Granted these are great prints , and they are big enough to give you a really high quality image (easier to see), they are truly a lot of work. It seems the one night of these strips will completely wear out a paper cutter blade, but also the person who has to cut them. I guess it’s like a lot of things; there are always trade offs.

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