Most digital photographers are printing on Epson or other inkjet printers. Those prints don't look like real photos and fade over a short period of time. What do you use?
We use cameras calibrated to our printers, creating continous tone photographs that are archival, meaning it will last as long as a traditional light sensitive print. Few photographers use printers applying a UV coating for longevity.
From our state of the art, digital camera systems, with convenient on-site delivery, your image is carefully and scientifically color-controlled. We leave nothing to chance. How do we do this? For starters, we calibrate our equipment with today's best hardware devices. We profile our printers, measuring hundreds of individual colors to yield incredible color accuracy. The result is consistent, accurate, and beautiful color imagery.
How many photos can you produce at an event?
With one photography unit we usually produce up to 220-8x10 Kodak prints per hour or 400-5x7 prints hourly. By adding our second or third photo unit we can double or triple our production.
How much room will you need to photograph our guests?
Generally, we'll need a space no smaller than 10' by 15'. However, 15' by 15' feet is optimum.
What other needs do you have?
We need 20 amps of electricity with two electrical outlets close to your photo location. We also prefer a controlled light environment where we can turn the ceiling lights down.