so i really want to get a photobooth for my wedding but they are NOT cheap: think thousands of dollars
. and i don't think they deliver booths to the mountains... :(
so my online quest began for DIY alternatives.
i came upon this site: diy photobooth
about how to make your own booth (looks a bit hard for me!)
this site: photoboof
for computer software
and i also found some simple advice on a makeshift booth:
Directions: 1. Set up an area with your backdrop (could be fabric or a wall) 2. Set up your camera on a fixed tripod (We used a digital camera 3. Test the exposure/on camera flash and framing a few times and make adjustments as needed 4. Mark off the maximum area (with tape) that your guests can stand in and still be visible through the lense 5A. Have your guests use a remote control or cable release to take the pictures themselves (Be sure to have easy instructions to let your guests know what/how to do this… we made a simple illustration and had it framed next to the area) OR 5B. Have someone man the area and take the picture for your guests. TIPS: *Have someone (the band/DJ) announce to the guests to remember to visit the photobooth before the night ends. *Place the booth in an area where there is some traffic but not too much to distract. *We used professional lighting but an on camera flash will work as well. *We also had our guests write a message to us before their picture to place next to their picture in a photo guest book album… * Have fun!
has anyone made a Photobooth or DIY'd something like this?