Post # 1
Anyone know how to do this?
I’m wondering a few things..
I have a Canon SX230 HS (Not a DSLR or SLR).. Does a remote exist for this?
I also have a MacBook Pro, version 10.6.8, anyone know how to set up automater to be a fully functional photobooth with auto print?
How would I set up a background, assuming there is no wall to adhere anything to?
My photographer offers a “photobooth” option for $400, but its really just a person with a camera, and I don’t think the pictures would be as silly if someone is actually behind the camera.
Post # 3
@Brittanyg20: What we were planning to do (but totally forgot to set up the day of the wedding) was get something to hold up a cool patterned sheet, have it be held down tight so that it appeared to be a solid backdrop, colleted props, and put out disposable cameras.
We thought it would be fun for everyone to just use one of those simple and easy cameras that could be printed out after the wedding, easy peasy 🙂
Other than that, no advice. Sorry! Hope another Bee is more helpful
Post # 4
I did read an article once about a diy photobooth, there is some type of program you can get for laptops and tablets, not sure how well they work though.
We are just going to get a couple poloriod cameras and ALOT of film.
Post # 5
@jenilynevette: I thought about doing that, but I felt it would get too expensive. $80-$100 for the camera and then $20 for a pack of 20 pictures. And then no one to take the actual picture. I also want people to be able to take a picture home with them. So for 100 guests, 2 camera and 200 pictures, it would be 400.. But chances are people would take more pictures than that..
Post # 6
@Payless: thats not a bad idea, but I would really like for people to be able to take a picture home with them. Right now I think turning my Mac into a photobooths would be the best and buying a printer that prints only 4×6 photos… I’ve read that it’s possible I just can’t figure it out