Fotobudki, a photobooth company located in Poland, has been using the LumaBooth software as part of their 360 Photobooth experience.
Przemek Boniecki, the owner of Fotobudki, has been in the photobooth business for 10 years. His business has provided photobooths for all types of events including weddings, corporate events and birthday parties.
What is your company name and site?
Why did you choose LumaBooth for your 360?
I have been selling your software for several years without any problems and I know that further cooperation will be positive. So far we have sold many LumaBooth licenses with our platforms.
When did you start using LumaBooth?
I started using Lumabooth 2 months after the 360 boomerang update.
Which iPad/iPhone do you use? Why did you choose that one?
An Apple iPad with an m11 processor. The iPad renders an image quickly and you really don’t need a PC. There is great mobility and this is what my future client expect, everything to be efficient and mobile.
How did you survive corona closures?
When covid19 came about we were closed but we did not give up and we continue to operate in Poland. We want to enter the European market with 360 platforms and your Lumabooth software.
Do you also rent other types of booths? Which?
We produce Selfie mirror and 360 booth. We have sold over 80 licenses of your Dslrbooth software. Platform 360, we sold several pieces in two weeks of December 2021. In Poland, we are the only one selling the platform and your software.
What lights do you use?
Lighting is linear lamps that are mounted to barrier posts, such as at airports. In combination with each other, they ensure safety at the party and control over the crowd of people
Which platform do you use?
We produce the platforms ourselves. We improve them more and more by installing LED lights or a mirror floor
How do you market your 360 booths?
We sell our platforms via advertising on fb or google. We also offer sales to our clients who have already bought other devices from us.
When did you start offering 360 booths?
We started selling platforms in Poland 2 years ago, right before the pandemic, and then it ended. The re-sale started in September 2021.
How long does it take you to set up and tear down?
It takes about 20 minutes to play with the platform. The assembly may take longer if you need to clean up the confetti 🙂
What’s the most challenging part of running a 360 booth?
The most difficult thing in the 360 business is to observe people who are often under the influence of alcohol, people who want to give something to a person on the platform, but with the help of barrier posts.
How long do you think the 360 popularity will last? Is it growing in your market?
In Poland, 360 is just entering the market and I think it will definitely take 3-5 years. The customer will have a choice whether he wants printed photos or a short film, but everything goes towards short films and quick sharing.
Do you charge more for 360 vs other types?
Of course. The price is higher for rent than for an ordinary photo booth or a sleek mirror. I think that after 2-3 years the prices will be different