Post # 1
We are interested in doing a diy photobooth with just a camera, tripod & wireless clicker – has anyone done this? How do you keep the camera from turning off when it isn’t in use? Do you always have someone manning the camera? any advice would be super helpful!
Post # 3
I think the only way from having the camera from going off is to have someone manning the camera. I’m going to be doing the fauxtobooth also, but haven’t really tested the theory yet. LOL! Good Luck!!!
Post # 4
oh great idea! hope it works out! i’d love to do it, but i’m not tech savvy.
Post # 5
Would a disposable camera work??
Post # 6
That’s what we’re doing (since we aren’t tech savvy and don’t have a thou to lay down on a real booth!
We are putting disposables at all the tables and having a basket to put them in at the end of the night.
Post # 7
We’re setting up a camera, remote and tripod and are going to have a sign explaining how it all works and that people may need to turn the camera back on. Our bridal party is also getting a quick lesson is all of it so that they can help out – and by help out I mean if they happen to see people getting stuck, they will know what to do, not that we are asking them to man the station. We picked a nice but simple camera and are just trusting that most of our guests can figure out how to push a button.
Don’t stress the details – if you think about it EVERYONE has a camera these days so they’ll get it!
Post # 8
I asked a friend to man our camera.. I think this will be best, I don’t want them to be out of focus – In My Humble Opinion. But maybe I am just picky
I really love this idea and I can’t wait to see how it turns out!