FAQS

Who owns That One Photobooth?

Vanessa Grossman and Christopher La Casse

Are you a large or small business?

Small, local business! We, Vanessa and Chris, run the booth on our own, with periodic volunteers from family and friends.

Are you licensed?

Yes. We have both a business license and a photography license.

Why is your company an LLC? or What does it mean that you have LLC in your name?

We formed an LLC for tax purposes and because of the liability protection it provides us as individuals. Basically, we wanted our new company to be completely separate from our personal finances and assets.

Are you insured?

Yes. We have both General Liability and Professional Liability Insurance. If you need a COI, we'd be happy to provide you with one.

When was your business formed?

That One Photobooth was officially established in 2018 after we decided that doing photo booths outside of family and friends events could be more than just a hobby.

Do you provide non-profits, seniors, or military discounts? 

Yes. We do have a discount available. Please contact us for details.

What type of printing do you have?

We utilize professional, high-end, dye-sublimation printers that print anywhere between 10-25 seconds, depending on internet speed and booth used.

What cameras are you using?

We are using a high-end DSLR camera.

How much are your packages?

Package prices vary depending on booth, features, and time requested. View packages here

Do you charge sales tax?

Yes. We are required to collect sales tax since we are providing more than just a service (prints, photos, etc.)

Can you set up indoors or outdoors?

Both. Though lighting and electricity tend to be easier to control indoors, we also have an outdoor add-on as well. Please view our Add-Ons for more information.

Do you travel?

Yes. We are located in Santa Maria, California, but can travel wherever we are needed. Mileage rates may apply.

What COVID-19 safety practices do you adhere to?

Our staff practices social distancing, wears a mask at all times, will wear gloves if requested, and has hand sanitizer accessible. Though physical props are discouraged and virtual props are promoted, staff will sanitize any physical props that are utilized between guest usage.