A photo booth machine is either a full fledged kiosk or an automated, typically coin-based, camera and display unit. Today, most photo booths are digital. In fact, when I used to go on vacation with my friends, I would often see old-time coin-based booths, which were fun to say the least, but not very practical. Coin-based photo booths tended to be fairly skimpy on display options, had no programmable options, and were incredibly prone to damage.
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These days, photo booths come in a variety of styles and technologies, from fully programmable to simple push button types. Coin-based photo booths tend to have a more limited feature set. Those that do have programmable options tend to be geared toward those larger events, such as weddings and proms. And, while photo booths can still be fairly skimpy on display options – there are still some fairly standard things you can expect to see there – today’s models offer a much wider array of customization options for those that wish to personalize their experience.
One of the most common features in a good photo booth setup, aside from the actual photos that are placed into the machines themselves, is the ability to get the audience and guests to interact with a wide range of props. This can take the form of photo bags, pillows, posters, flags, umbrellas, and many other objects. The props, as well as the items on which they are placed, act as “stage props” that pull the whole exhibit together and make it truly interactive. Most importantly, though, is the ability to use remote shutter release features to ensure that your guests have a wonderful time looking at the photos, instead of just standing there looking at the screen. If you combine the functionality of both of these functions, you can guarantee that your photo booth will be a hit with your guests.