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Do you know where you’ll be on October 21, 2015? Chances are it’ll be a Back to the Future party and if you haven’t been to a Back to the Future party this year yet, we guarantee you will!
We’ve done several Back to the Future parties already this year and anticipate a bunch more as it’s definitely a hot and timely trend for parties.
“2015 is not only when Marty and Doc go into the future but it also marks the 30th anniversary of the original Back To The Future. It’s going to be an exciting year filled with lots of parties and special screenings. It’s also fun to witness how the future holds up in real life compared to the film. I’m most excited to be attending the ‘We’re Going Back’ Fan Celebration in late October,” says Back to the Future fan and co-founder of Taplist, Brian O’Neill.
Light painting photography is something that’s pretty fun to do and now available as a photo booth!
We had been toying with the idea of doing one and finally set it up recently. There are a lot of light painting tools out there now so we experimented with some basic ones first. We knew people would want to write in light so we decided to flip the images as it is often too hard for people to write backwards so the writing shows up right and that worked out pretty well (see above and below).
You can also get some neat transparency effects by using a strobe and of course multiple exposures of the same person, which can be kind of freaky. If you’re interested in a Light Painting Photo Booth for your next event, please reach out to our sales team!
This isn’t so much a review since On Photography has been out for so long and should be a staple in any photographers library. Upon revisiting the text, it’s […]
Arcade Expo held their first event at the Museum of Pinball in Banning, CA this past weekend and we were on hand to cover the opening. It was a packed weekend full of pinball, video games, seminars and even a new Guinness World Record attempt.
It might be awards season in Hollywood, but we’re honored to have been part of the UCSF Champions Gala this past weekend! Our team captured this star-studded evening and made sure every moment was memorable! Among attendees were the night’s headliners, Kevin Spacey and Tim McGraw, as well as 49ers greats, Joe Montana and Ronnie Lott.
For a more full recap of the evening as whole, check out the always-on-point Catherine Bigelow’s coverage for the San Francisco Chronicle!