Cincinnati Slow Motion Video Booth
I tried something different on Sunday for my Live Photo Booth setup at Shannon and Jeff’s Wedding at Cincinnati Club. Ordinarily, our photo booth consists of a 10×10 backdrop with props and a flash. We can print 4×6 or 5×7 prints on site in about 6 seconds per print and give them to each guest. On Sunday, I wanted to try a live video photo booth, which included two large softboxes with hot lights and a video camera. I set the video camera to record the action while photographing the guests. The video below shows the flashes going off during several clips. The tricky part was explaining my vision of the slow video resulting from their movement to the guests. I tried to include various “action” items, like bubbles and streamers, which worked out reasonably well. The best motion was captured when the guests interacted with each other, which looks cool in super slow motion. Enjoy the video, and I’ll try setting up another slow-motion live photo booth when I set up our Live Photo Booths at our weddings at Ault Park in Cincinnati on October 26th and at Hilton Garden Inn in Beavercreek on December 31st.