Studio Sets Up a Slow-Mo Photo Booth at a Mixer, Gets Hilarious Results

Here’s a little bit of entertainment and humor for your Tuesday afternoon. At a recent mixer they hosted for creative professionals in the ad industry, St. Louis, Missouri-based Bruton Stroube Studios set up a slow motion photo booth and let the party-goers go at it. The above video is a compilation of some of the coolest shots.

The booth consisted of a marked off area and a Phantom Miro high-speed camera; the rest of the shenanigans were entirely up to the attendees. Using the Phantom, they shot 1920 x 1080 resolution video at a crazy 1,500 fps, so there was no missing a moment in this one.

Here are a few highlight pics Bruton put together afterwards:




As you can see, the guests were given anything from buckets of water and beer to boxing gloves and pastries to throw and otherwise use in front of the high-speed rig. Sure, it’s not technically a “photo” booth (although they did pull stills in the end), but the next time you’re entertaining clients or industry peers, keep this idea in mind.

To see more high-speed stills and Instagram shots from the studio’s party, head over to Bruton’s blog by clicking here.

(via Laughing Squid)

  • Christian DeBaun

    Ok, I enjoyed that.

  • Renato Murakami

    Very nice

  • King Louis

    Quick spellcheck– Bruton Stroube Studios… Also, we were shooting just a tad faster: 1500 fps at 1920×1080

  • Fullstop

    So I guess the venue that you’d like to use this photobooth at must have a tub room.

  • DLCade

    Thanks for pointing that out! The corrections have been made :)

  • King Louis

    Thanks, DL. We appreciate it.

  • Justin DoCanto

    I needed that. Great video.

  • Chris Pickrell

    Did the little kid at 2:25 pee his pants?

  • Mansgame

    Idiotic nonsense

  • Connor A

    Anyone know the song in the video?

  • James McKenzie

    I know the truth. But pee is funnier. So we’ll go with that.

  • Adam

    This was so good. And I’ve never considered myself a fan of rap, but the music was perfect.

  • Jason DeMoe

    The editing on this is EXCELLENT.