For the premiere of the new series Trust, FX hosted interactive dinners in New York and Los Angeles. We went back to our roots with traditional event photography, but with added StudioBooth flare. StudioBooth EventShooters roamed the party and captured photos of guests while a tech worked some quick magic to give the photos a 70's vibe.
It was all smiles in our classic GIF Booth at the Colgate Optic White Beauty Lab. In preparation for Hollywood's Award Season, Colgate provided stylists and make-up artists for guests. We then caught all the fresh looks.
We celebrated Hollywood's biggest night with 20th Century Fox at TAO Los Angeles. Guests took the stage under a sparkling marquee and documented the night with an animated photo!
For Ebony's Power 100 Gala, we had our new StudioBooth SteadiCam setup catching all the smooth moves. Add in some music and a few cuts, and you've got a video portrait to grab everyone's attention.
StudioBooth headed to Atlanta with Dos Equis to find the Most Interesting Fan Of College Football. We set up outside the Georgia Dome before the NCAA Football Championship game, where the diehards came through to take their place on the pedestal. After some photo-magic, we transformed the fans into marble statues!
Xfinity hosted a tailgate party for the Philadelphia Eagles, giving fans a place to chill out before kickoff. As a bonus to all the pre-game madness, our green screen Array was jumping off and putting fans right smack on the 50 yard line.
We worked with Fossil to develop an Array activation that utilized a custom built set with reflective surfaces and hanging Edison bulbs, taking Array into another dimension. Whether done in camera or in computer, everything is customizable with the StudioBooth Array.
We teamed up with Canon at Acme Studios in Brooklyn to celebrate the launch of the Canon T7i. The talented Henry Hargreaves brought his keen eye to the set where guests got a Brunch Apocalypse portrait taken with the new Canon Rebel. Then they had a chance to get their hands on the camera and test it out for themselves. Like any true Brooklyn brunch, there was no shortage of Bloody Marys and breakfast sandwiches.