Mr. Gifster
 
 
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about us

Justin Brownell Photography and Joshua Michael Photography have joined forces and created Mr. Gifster, the only animated GIF booth offered in San Antonio.  A new and exciting approach to the overdone, same ole photobooth you see at every trendy wedding. Give your wedding guests a new and fun way to enjoy the festivities on your wedding day by allowing them to instantly take and receive animated GIFs via text message. Did we mention your guests can also share their GIFs on their preferred social media channel?

Not sure where to place the booth? Mr. Gifster is portable, fast to set up, and leaves a tiny footprint which leaves plenty of space for your guest to show off their dance moves. 

What are you waiting for? Get the party started with Mr. Gifster! Contact us for more details.

 
 
 
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rates

 
 

$500

Add to Wedding Collection

Add Mr. Gifster to any wedding collection offered by Josh or Justin for 2 hours. Typically the best time to start is after first dances or dinner.  

**Coverage is available (Event Coverage) if you do not have a Wedding Collection with Josh or Justin.

$100

Additional Hours 

Put Mr. Gifster to work for some additional coverage. You know there is going to be plenty of partying at your wedding and two hours is not enough. Mr. Gifster will stay as long as you need him to.

**This rate only applies to clients who have Wedding Collections with Josh or Justin.

 

 

$600

eVent Coverage

Mr. Gifster will cover any event. Great for company parties, marketing events and everything in between. We will add your branded logo to have that specialized feel for your event. Coverage starts with 2 hours.

ADDITIONAL HOURS

Need additional coverage? Mr. Gifster will stay as long as need to make sure your entire event is covered. 

$150

 
 
 
 
 
 

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CONTACT US

 

Hey Mister, we want to hire you! 

Send us a shout out to learn more or to book Mr. Gifster. Feel free to swing by the studio if you would like to meet in person and see how it all works. 

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