Diva Photos is a fully staffed Tacoma – Seattle Photobooth for rent. We are a 100% inclusive service; all of our photobooth packages include everything needed to make the event a success.
Guests will leave with momentos and fun memories made while using the photobooth. Tacoma Photobooth (Diva Photos) uses professional grade equipment for every event; including DSLR camera, archival safe paper and ink for instant prints, and studio quality lighting.
Love that funny picture with you and grandma? Want to have us print you a 16×20 of the picture for you wall? No problem! Since we use a DSLR camera each photo can be printed at almost any size imaginable.
Don’t want the “booth/automated” experience, but still want to be able to print onsite? We can do that too. We will bring our portable set-up and create a photography studio at your event. Using our photo printer and knowledge we will be able to send guests home with more traditional photography and memories. Our studio set-up is perfect for military ball, prom, gala, fundraisers, Santa photos, etc.
Our client’s most common questions with answers. We continuously update questions and answers. If you have a question not addressed here; please reach out to us directly.
A DSLR camera is important for use in a photobooth as it allows each individual picture to be printed at a larger size later. What if a single frame in the series is now your favorite picture, heaven forbide your last picture of you and your significant other (mom, dad, sister, cousin, grandmother, etc)?
By using a DSLR camera is gives us the ability to save each photo individually in a high resolution allowing for printing in a larger size.
Some other photobooth companies use webcams or tablet/iPad built in cameras for their booths. Those cameras produce a quality picture at the smaller size needed for photo booth output, but when there is a need for a larger picture; a webcam photo cannot compare (in terms of picture quality) to a DSLR photograph.
The photo printer, ink, and paper we use for creating instant prints* is archival safe for 100 years. So, 50-70 years now when you are sitting around with your kids, grandkids, or friends the photo strips will still exist.
We do recommend storing them the same way you would any picture when not being admired. In a cool, dark area. Direct sunlight will cause the photos to fade; but they will fade much slower than if using an inkjet printer.
We want to work with our clients to create long-term lasting photos; even if some of the poses and props are a bit silly.
Our normal service area is within an hour drive of the Yelm area. This area encompasses: Lacey, Olympia, Yelm, Roy, Dupont, Puyallup, Tacoma, JBLM, Lakewood, Graham, Fife, Fircrest, Federal Way, etc.
The list of cities is for estimating purposes only and is not an all inclusive list. Outside of our normal service area we do charge a nominal travel fee.
Our travel fee is based on estimated time spent traveling to your choice of venue. Contact us for an exact quote of travel time. If travel takes longer than our estimated time; the travel fee does not change once confirmed.
I have used Diva Photos for several different occasions from Summer Parties to Bridal Showers and much more. The service provided was excellent and the convenience of the not having to do anything was awesome. I would highly recommend Diva Photos…
Diva Photos provided a photo booth for our wedding and it was absolutely amazing. Anytime the booth happened to be used; the person with it would go out and encourage guest to take pictures. We opted for the scrapbook and at the end of the night we had printed copies of all of the photos taken plus wonderful messages from our guest. Highly recommended!
I rented the cotton candy machine for a 4th of July party and it was a hit. The machine was easy to use and came with plenty of supplies for almost 75 cones. Will be renting from Diva Photos again!
Our family had a photos taken and it was great! We received more photos than we were expecting and Nicole, the photographer knew lots of tricks to make sure out kids were smiling and looking at the camera (without that whole weirdly posed look).