Go Social

Go Social – Take Your Event Live

We continue to push the boundaries of event photography with a dedicated app to help take your event live and deliver photos in real time. The new interactive sharing kiosk  allows your guests to view, print and share their photos by email and social media.

If you’re organising a corporate event or want your wedding or private party to go viral you’ll love the digital opportunities with The Social Picture app. You have the option to increase awareness of your brand or product by adding your logos to each photo and using the Facebook fan gate functionality to grow your online presence and set up data capture.

All the photos will be displayed in high definition and guests will truly enjoy looking at the images and their professional quality and part of our package means guests will benefit from an unlimited print service – the service prints standard 6×4 photos wirelessly from an iPad.

The service is set up for multi-user sharing so once your guests have uploaded their photo to Twitter or Facebook they will automatically be logged out for the next person to use the app.

Go Social | Megabooth Collage

How it works

Go Social | Social Picture infographic

Client Side

For clients, the software provided allows you to create your own status update with every photo uploaded, making it a great opportunity to take full advantage of the all-important #hashtag.

Select one of The Social Picture’s professional photographers for roaming or to be stationary at your event and see their photography workflow brought to life on our state of the art touch screens – the photography service is instantaneous. To help you pick the right photography for your event, there is a full list of their skills and current work on the photographer page.

This technology has been tried and tested at the Uefa Champions League final in collaboration with Facebook and HTC. Alongside parent company Megabooth, the trophy stand was the focal point at the 2014 final and the definitive photo experience for fans in the lead up to Europe’s most high profile match.