Starlight Photo Booth Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can we design our own backdrop or photo lounge?
A: Yes. Our open configuration can shoot against any custom backdrop. It's better to shoot against surfaces with a dull finish so the flash doesn't reflect back at the camera.
Q: How many photos/prints are included in the price?
A: For the time you have hired us, we take as many photo sessions as possible. We will reprint a photo strip for everyone in the picture who wants one, plus an extra for the scrapbook if you have one.
Q: Is there a charge for set up/strike?
A: No. The hours in every package are spent taking photos of you and your guests.
Q: Is there someone with the booth to change ink/paper?
A: Yes. A friendly and professional attendant will not only be there to change the paper, but to guide your guests into getting the best photos and having the most fun possible.
Q: My event is at an upstairs location with no elevator, can your booth be set up there?
A: Yes. Our booth is the most portable, and can go virtually anywhere.
Q: How much space do you require for the photo booth?
A: It varies because our booths are so versatile, but generally an 8' x 8' area is all that is needed for the Starlight Photo Booth. If you would like props, we would also need space for a 6' table.
Q: What size are the prints?
A: The standard, 3 picture photo strips are 6" x 2". We can also print 3 or 4 photos on a single 4" x 6". Please contact us for custom options.
Q: Do we get to keep the digital pictures?
A: Yes. You will receive a USB thumb drive with all the images in the mail after your event.
Q: Will the pictures be available online after the event?
A: Yes, unless you don't want them to be. We always post the pictures in an unprotected gallery after the event. You can choose to not have the gallery, or to password protect the gallery. However, password protecting disables some really cool features, like the Facebook "Like" button and the Tweet button.
Q: What if some of my guests pose "au-natural?" Do those pictures get posted online?
A: What can I say, it happens. Any pictures containing nudity will be on your USB thumb drive, but will NOT be posted online due to terms of service with our online gallery host.