Step & Repeat Services
We provide Step and Repeat services in the Atlanta metropolitan area and up to 160 miles from Atlanta. From graphic design layout and production, to an on-site photo shoot with instant photo printing we cover it all. Our staff will turn your logos into a promotional step & repeat work of art.Perfect for wedding, party, corporate event, holiday party, Sweet sixteens, Quinces, Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah. Here’s the perfect combination of photo booth meets photo shoot. Included is a long lush red carpet, studio lighting, banner frame (banner sold separately), party props, photographer and up to eight 4x6 prints per session.
A step and Repeat is a backdrop with sponsor logos at a red carpet event. The purpose of a step and repeat is to capture noteworthy or Celebrity individuals with sponsor logos behind them. A step and repeat is a photographic term for the celebrities “stepping onto the carpet, having their photo taken, exiting the red carpet and repeating the process with additional celebrities or noteworthy individuals” it is also known as a Photoshop term for copy and pasting similar images, which conveniently is a process that is used to create step and repeat graphics.
Nowadays there are several types of Step and Repeat systems. The most basic economy version is a pipe and drape, which is bag of poles with vinyl draped over it. It requires onsite assembly.
There are two types of step and repeat materials we work with:
1) Vinyl: this is the cheapest option and is utilized primarily for Step and Repeats that have multiple sponsors that are specific to that event and usually is only used once. It can also be recycled.
2) Fabric: This is a great option for a luxurious looking Step and Repeat. It used for "perennial" Step and Repeats that have one or two logos and will get multiple use throughout the year. An added benefit is that it can live on the frame for easy storage. Many of our customers travel extensively and enjoy the the portability and ease of this system. If camera flash glare is an issue, fabric has the least amount of reflection available, near zero.