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[the value of] the Oh, snap! Studio ⋆ Lindsay Docherty Photography
September 8, 2011

[the value of] the Oh, snap! Studio

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I have been waiting to unveil this for sooooo long!

Lindsay Docherty Photography presents (drumroll, please)…

Oh Snap Studio photobooth
It’s like a photobooth but better. The Oh, snap! Studio is an open air, self-contained, mini studio that allows guests to have an absolute blast at your wedding without taking (too) much of a break from the dancefloor. This is not some cobbled together backdrop and tripping-hazard tripod that needs a babysitter nor a tiny box that fits 2 munchkins, at best. The Oh, snap! Studio is a sleek and professional setup that can fit a whole gaggle of people and works at just the press of a button. Let your group go free form or bring your own funky props for playtime. The equipment is a real deal flash and a digital SLR and the resulting images are high resolution so you can use them for huge prints and gifts. The best part is that the pictures are posted on Facebook within 48 hours of the event so everyone can see and tag to their heart’s delight and you get a disk of all of the pictures too. Pretty sweet, huh?

Here is just a handful of the pictures that came out of some recent weddings while the Oh, snap! Studio was still on the down low.

Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Oh Snap Studio photobooth
Yeah, it’s pretty freaking great. Remember the weak photobooth at your cousin’s wedding? Get ready to make her jealous.

Oh Snap Studio photobooth
So grab grandma, stick her in a sombrero, and push the button!

Fun is good.
~ Dr. Seuss

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