We provide two types of Experiential photo marketing booths: photo sets and green screen photo booths. A photo set is a formal area to capture participant photos, not utilizing a green screen background. Usually there is a photo background, and often prop elements to the set that help immerse the participants into a photo experience. We’ll work hand in glove with your designers to create the perfect photo set. We’ll build our systems around the set to create a flawless on site participant event experience. Photo sets are a great interactive way to engage your participants in your brand, Actual on site physical elements provide experience at the event. They can touch and feel your brand, and interact with prop elements to create a final image they love — and can’t wait to share with the world.
Whichever you decide, our experiential photo marketing booths use the power of our photography and energized professional national photographers to promote your brand at events. Both put your participant in the middle of your brand. Participants interact with and experience your product, television show, or destination in a unique, fun, and vibrant way. We create images which live for years beyond the event.
Our Experiential Green Screen Photo Booths are similar to our photo sets — except they use a green screen background built into the photo set. We provide immersive props to help participants engage in your brand, and work with your set designers to build the green screen elements perfectly into your photo booth. Our photo booths are fast paced and engaged photo experiences, with photographers who know how to create perfect green screen images and who help your participants experience your brand.
Our creative team will design artwork that perfectly integrates your brand into an event experience. Just tell us what you dream, and we’ll work to create amazing imaging that puts your participant front and center within your brand. We’ve worked with tourism boards, like Arizona Office of Tourism, broadcast companies, like Starz, HBO, and NBC, even oil companies to bring sophisticated experiential marketing into events large and small — anywhere their brand may need to be represented at an event. In addition, we’ll collect participant data through the photo experience, handle privacy opt-ins and other data collection, and then share all the data in real time via simple, standard CSV files.
With our experiential photo marketing booths, we’ll provide great photos participants will want to share with the world. Our sophisticated real-time tracking compiles and quantifies results of the photo booth. We’ll detail how the photos from these fast paced, energized, and fun experiential photo marketing experiences spread through social media.
Our green screen photo booths and experiential photo marketing events are designed to create great images. Photos people want to share. Artwork that defies reality. After all, if you suddenly look like you’re ruling the Seven Kingdoms on the set from HBO’s Game of Thrones, who wouldn’t want to share that image? During our photo executions, we design opt-ins and participant data collection integrated into the photo execution. We tailored everything to your needs. At the end of the event, we create a simple CSV file. The report captures all data collected at your event. Emails. Phone numbers. Photo releases. Anything you’d like.
After the green screen photography execution, we’ll give you a detailed After Action Report which quantifies the results of your photo booth. Every metric is evaluated.
Every part of the photo execution is evaluated, dissected, analyzed and reported. Would the booth have benefited by different artwork? A larger foot print? An additional photographer? By giving you our candid view — backed up by hard data — of the results from your photo booth, we build for even greater future success.
Adjacent to this video, you’ll see one of the images captured with this experiential photo marketing set for HBO, featuring the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones. Take a second and see the energy in the line as they wait for their photos. The line stretched around AT&T’s corporate Dallas headquarters. We remained open until every participant was photographed.