A photo booth at an event is a great way to capture your guests in a fun way. Old fashioned photo booths where you took your passport photos where hard to use. First of all you’d adjust the seat then stare at the lens with a serious face. The modern style booths allow for great photos to be captured as long as you follow simple rules.
Firstly decide between you and your friends whether you want a serious or fun photo, or a mixture of the two. Outside the booth there should be a prop box to accessorise the picture with. Select a prop that doesn’t fully cover your face and something that matches the colour of your outfit. If the booth is set up for greenscreen to add the background after the photo is taken do not choose a prop that is green. Then once you have all chosen your prop enter the photo booth Glasgow.
Some booths may have a seat but it is a lot better to stand for the photo. Follow the on screen instructions but pause before taking actually taking the photo. At this point the camera should be showing you how you look on the screen. Take time to adjust your hair, props and clothes. The most important piece of advise is to now ignore the screen and focus looking at the camera lens for the photo. Click the button on the screen to start then continue to pose into the camera.
Most photo booths will take 4 photos in quick succession. To great a great set of images, change your stance, pose and if your feeling brave your props in between shots. Continue to smile or pull faces at the camera, count each shot until you get to 4 and you’re done. Now look at the screen to see the images and if you’re happy with the shots click to print. You may have the option to cancel the images and start again. If you you’re not happy with how they’ve come out repeat and correct any errors.
We advise on groups of 4-6 people in the booth to get the best shots. So grab a prop enter the booth and remember the simple steps to get the perfect photobooth Perth picture.