The New Adventures of the LightBomber Experience

LightBomber Booth @ Ciroc Latin Grammys
Guests at Ciroc Latin Grammys
Guests at Ciroc Latin Grammys
LightBomber Booth @ Microsoft Partner Networking Event
A guest at Microsoft Partner Networking Event
LightBomber Booth at Peabody Essex Museum's Big Draw
Guests @ PEM Big Draw

It's the start of the new year and we here at LightBomber are thrilled to announce that our beloved light painting photo booth has a whole new look, and a new name to go with it. We wanted everyone to know that when you bring us to your party or event, you are getting the authentic LightBomber Experience, starting with our redesigned setup. As you can see in some of the images shown here, our new booth looks great in any setting. And we stand out! No more hunting around the party for the photographer. The New LightBomber Experience can even be modified depending on what is going on around it. Want your brand sponsor's logo visible on the outside? Done it. Want to turn the outside into a chalkboard? Yep, we've even done that too. 

No matter what the event, the LightBomber Experience is all about being a fun and interactive part of the scene which provides guests with a memento photograph of themselves also featuring a super fun light painting. Ciroc asked us to be a part of their afterparty for the Latin Grammy's at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, so we added their glowing logo in the spirit of their futuristic theme. At the Microsoft Partner Networking Event in Houston, TX, the LightBomber Experience added a breath of fresh air and a little bit of quirk to the sleek, professional atmosphere. At The Big Draw, hosted by the Peabody Essex Museum in Boston, MA, it was all about a fun, creative experience for the kids. We did our light drawings, and they did some drawings of their own, right on the booth itself.

However you envision the LightBomber experience being a part of your event, we can make it happen. We love getting LightBombed, and we know you'll love it too. If you want to play around with some light painting on your own, try our app, LightBomber, available in the App Store. It just went free.