With so many events deemed safer in an outdoor setting, it is imperative to consider 3 factors that may help you when Renting a Photo Booth.
Think About The Wind
The first factor to consider would be the wind; when having an event at an outdoor venue then wind is much more of a factor than a traditional indoor event. Wind can wreak havoc on even a very basic photo booth setup. Imagine your backdrop curtain flopping in the wind, props blowing everywhere and guests with really messy hair. Here are a few suggestions when dealing with wind to make your photo booth experience the best possible in a windy outdoor location. Book a premium backdrop that doesn’t flop around and can be secured with weights or sandbags. Use limited props and especially no paper props or a guest book.
Consider The Time of Day
The Second factor would be dealing with the direct sun if the event is held during the day. Having a photo booth in the shade would be the best way to handle the sunshine, this is where the light is the most even, and the flash can easily fill in the shadows. If you have guests in direct sunlight, then it can lead to all kinds of problems like inconsistent light and racoon eyes from the sun casting a shadow from above.
Check The Weather Report
The third factor to consider would be the temperature of the event; and with global warming playing a larger factor in our everyday weather patterns, having cold days and hot days is not uncommon. If your event is going to be cold, then booking an inflatable photo booth would be the best option, because it traps in the heat and acts like an igloo, sheltering guests against the elements. If your event is outdoors in the heat, then booking an open air photo booth would be the best option, and we can bring a fan to help circulate the air for your guests.