Halloween in the city was back again this year in Manchester City Centre. Giant inflatable monsters could be seen on Manchester’s landmarks, such as House of Fraser, Manchester Arndale, Market Street and Manchester Hall to name a few.
The spooky festivities held entertainment for all the family, such as a treat or trick trail spread around city centre with prizes to be collected at each spot; enchanted forest and magic School at St. Anne’s Square; and a ghostly world record attempt at Exchange Square, which unfortunately fell slightly short to break the world record.
Visitors were also entertained by the Strolling Bones; the stilt walkers, unicycle performers and dancers, who were accompanied by a live band. This eerie procession walked through Arndale Shopping Centre, making their way up to market street once every hour. On Sunday, the annual Spooky Pooch Costume Show was back. We saw dogs dresses and superhero’s, skeletons and spiders as they took to the 'dogwalk' to compete for prizes.
We let the photos speak for themselves :
Redrow, one of the largest British house builders, held their annual charity ball at the Chester Racecourse earlier this month. The guests had their formal photos taken upon arrival against our white backdrop and they were given prints souvenirs at the end of the evening. We also took candid and posed photos throughout the night, ensuring every moment was captured.
The aim of this event was to raise much needed funds for Hope House Hospice. They guest’s generosity raised over £40,000 on the night. This was a great event for a great cause to be a part of.
Here at Tangerine Photography we have created a beautifully handcrafted Photo Booth, allowing us to engage with our customers in a fun and interactive way. It also allows us to reach out to our audiences regarding the importance of environmental sustainability.
With more focus being shifted to businesses helping the environment, we have sourced out the materials with recycling in mind, from the wood we have used to the hinges and handles. Our custom made, handcrafted photo booth uses recycled Walnut wood. The dark chocolate brown wood is both solid and striking, creating a booth that is not only beautiful to look at but also highly functional in any sized space due to its compact nature.
Our environmentally friendly Photo Booth offers digital copies which consumers will receive via email, a few short hours after the event. In addition to this, you will also receive digital copies of all photographs taken on the photo booth for your social media usage. At Tangerine Photography, we encourage our clients to opt for digital packages due to its low impact on the environment, however, if prints are a must for your event we will use printers that come with standby mode ensuring low power consumption.
To find out more about our retro photobooth, visit our Photobooth Page.
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