From the first moment, you can see that this is no ordinary photo booth. Rich wood frames the sleek, curved, Art Deco modern exterior. Period details like vintage tail lights and a chrome hood ornament transport you to a golden era. And an illuminated marquee beckons you inside. But what are you entering – a photo booth or a time machine?
As you step inside, you are surrounded in luxury. From the leather upholstered seat that fits two comfortably to the deluxe console that would look at home at Radio City Music Hall, every facet has been carefully and artfully designed. Close the velvet curtains, custom-sewn by the same artisans who create curtains for grand Hollywood theatres, and you are suddenly the star in your own, private photo session. So get ready for your close-up. You’re in the Lucky Photo Booth.
Indeed, ever since Anatol Josepho unveiled the first Automatic Photographic Machine in New York City in 1925, millions of people have enjoyed the fun and fascination of having their photo taken in the private solitude of a photo booth. But the Lucky Photo Booth takes this popular attraction to a whole new level of sophistication.
Custom designed by a portrait photographer who set out to build the best photo booth possible, the Lucky Photo Booth is more than an architectural marvel. It also boasts state-of-the-art digital photo technology for crisp, high resolution images, in your choice of black and white or color. Quite simply, you’ve never seen a photo booth like it.
A stunning photo booth that takes stunning photos. If that’s what you’re looking for – you’re in luck.