Fun, alternative wedding photography.
The photo booth trend is popping up in weddings everywhere today. Wanting to step 'outside the box,' Clewell Photography has come up with a non-traditional (and super fun, might I add) way of capturing those sweet and silly moments that only a photo booth can, with out the booth itself. Kris Clewell explains...
For over 100 years, the photo booth has been the best way to steal a kiss, and show off your best silly face. The patent for the first automated photography machine was filed in France, around 1889. The original concept photobooth hasn’t changed much in that time. The limitation being how many people you can fit in the booth, and the medium in which you receive your photos. In today’s age of social networking, digital photos, and the need for instant sharing of media, the photobooth is changing.
The Unbooth by Clewell Photography.
I’ll admit, The Unbooth was completely Jessie’s (my wife) idea. It’s developed quite a bit over the years. It’s come into its own as a classy, chic, and fun way for the bride and groom, and their guests to entertain, and to remember. With all the benefits of the original photo booth, without any of the limitations, the Unbooth is a perfect addition to a wedding of any size. The Unbooth consists of a classy box, with a camera, a backdrop of your choosing, and people having a good time in the middle. Props are welcome and encouraged. Another benefit, is there isn’t a creepy sweaty guy taking your photo. The camera is remotely controlled by your guests. ~~ Clewell Photography wedding photographers are based in the Minneapolis area and offer a unique wedding photography style to their clients. Incorporating fashion-photography into the traditional wedding setting allows them to capture the most beautiful moments of your wedding day. For more information on Clewell Photography and how you can book them for your big day, visit the Clewell Photography
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