Carpenters to Make Photo Booths
Template for a photo booth for Carpenter's Day
A photo booth template shows two photos on a brown background and has spaces for text and subtitles. You can also use the Fotillo program to add your own text and subtitles. You will need a compatible printer for this template. The design will be in 4"x6" format.
This picture strip template looks elegant and simple with an Art Deco background. It is easy to edit and fully customizable. There are four watercolour patterns for the background, and the template is presented in layered PSD files. The template includes Smart Objects for easy photo addition and editing.
Co-founders of Waterfall Photo Booth Co
Janine Waterfall and her husband Craig are the creative minds behind the Waterfall Photo Booth Co. Based in Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire, the company specialises in interactive entertainment for weddings. The Waterfalls' design process incorporates traditional joinery techniques with modern technology, and they created their first photo booth in 2019. Since then, they've been providing couples with memorable wedding experiences.
How to make a photo booth work
A photo booth can be a great addition to a wedding or special event. Whether it's a simple camera on a tripod with a remote, or a more elaborate automated system, photo booths are becoming increasingly popular. These devices give people a chance to be creative and in control of the images they create. Perhaps this fascination is a direct result of our modern obsession with selfies, or maybe it's due to our nostalgia for the photo booths of years past.
Proper lighting is a key component of a professional photo booth. While a flash will give the pictures a brighter appearance, a simple umbrella can help diffuse the light so that faces are less glare. Also, a floor lamp placed next to a backdrop can help provide a nice, soft glow. A backdrop that is about five feet across and three to four feet tall can be enough to frame three to five people waist-up.
Getting the hang of the equipment is the next step. When setting up the photo booth, you should consider what options you want to offer your guests. Make sure that the photo booth you choose has options for sharing and keeping copies of the photos. You can also make sure to have backup batteries and memory cards. Finally, demonstrate the photo booth to your guests so they can experiment with different poses.