About a year ago I saw a hole in the market. Here I am, shooting wedding after wedding with photobooths on the roster, but there was a problem. Don't get me wrong, people LOVE photobooths at weddings. They're a blast, guests get a favor to take home and it insures general hilarity for everyone involved. The problem lay in the quality and thought that went into the product though. Sure, they get prints and unlimited photos to take, but that custom, quality, vibrant feel was missing. The prints were shoddy at best, the camera inside the booth was generally a point-and-shoot with subpar results and the luster of carrying around a print without smashing it or spilling your drink on it for the rest of a wedding night wears off pretty quickly. I could see the need for something more. More Quality. More Custom. More Social. So I approached my business partner from MammothReach, Nick Keebaugh, with the idea and within a matter of months MammothBooth! was born. Guests use a clicker in their own hands to take their images that are displayed on a high-definition screen instantly. We use a professional camera within our custom-built setup to ensure guests can jump, shake, and be crazy and it catches every second of the action. Take it one step further with custom backdrops, personally curated props, and even brand the images with your company or organization's logo. Gone are the days of tiny, terrible quality prints, we've made this thing totally online and social. Images are put online the very next day after the event for free, full-resolution download, printing, and sharing via Social Networks. Your guests have complete and total control over their hilarious images.
So what does this mean for you, the Jesse D. Green Photography client and/or reader? It means that now you know about the very best photobooth in the world, that's what it means! Not to mention, I've got special rates on the MammothBooth! for JDG Photo clients and readers alike. It's a great time to be you.
In the short few months that MammothBooth! has been in existence, we've gotten some pretty cool buzz. Our website design has been picked up by multiple web design blogs and magazines including awwwards.com, .net Magazine, and more. We were featured on an episode of Kenmore's BridalWave in Chicago a few weeks ago even. It was a live interview for all the web to see, we somehow survived without completely embarrassing ourselves.