Photobooth Strips

If you follow our blog, you may remember the senior portraits we did of Alex last year! Afterwards his mom got the idea of creating photo booth strips for each of the children to decorate a large wall in their entryway. We had Alex's sisters came in and we had a blast dancing/shooting/goofing with them in our gnarly basement to get images that matched his images. The image layouts were designed by Alex's super groovy step-dad Joe, and the resulting product was four 72" acrylic prints ascending the staircase in their home. Talk about cool! Due to the size of the prints we did the install ourselves and got them hung just in time for Alex's grad party! We're super pumped we were able to create these and love this concept for home decor. If  we were family-less and it was legal for way-beyond-18-year-olds to be adopted in the state of Iowa, we would opt to be adopted into this family!Photobooth strips of Alex Rice and his three sisters made by Iowa photographer McClanahan Studio to decorate the entryway to their home in Johnston, Iowa

Detail shot of photobooth strips created of Alex Rice and his three sisters by Iowa photographer McClanahan Studio to decorate the entryway to their home in Johnston, Iowa

Detail shot of photobooth strips created of Alex Rice and his three sisters by Iowa photographer McClanahan Studio to decorate the entryway to their home in Johnston, Iowa

Detail shot of photobooth strips created of Alex Rice and his three sisters by Iowa photographer McClanahan Studio to decorate the entryway to their home in Johnston, Iowa

Detail shot of photobooth strips created of Alex Rice and his three sisters by Iowa photographer McClanahan Studio to decorate the entryway to their home in Johnston, Iowa