1.-In less than a minute a photo booth will deliver 4 poses on a piece of strip film for 3 to 4 dollars. These are often seen in vacation areas such as the beach or amusement parks for an impromptu photographic memory of a good time with friends and family. Many are set up in bars or pubs. The pictures come in black and white or color images, and the booths are mostly photochemical, although some of the newer ones are digital. Automated photo machines were invented in the late 1800, and the modern booth with a curtain appeared around 1925 in New York City.
A photo booth that is incorporated into a wedding is the growing rage right now, and it adds a charming and humorous touch to the festivities. Some wedding planners are using a booth instead of the usual guest book, because everyone can personalize their photos with a message to the bride and groom. There are a variety of props available for the guests to use in their pictures, and as the evening progresses the pictures get more interesting. The vendor provides a scrapbook to the couple of all the photo strips shot at the wedding, and these provide happy memories for years.
Photo booths at weddings are a fun way to collect candid photos of guests just being themselves and having fun. The official wedding photographer never captures the fun and jovial atmosphere that should accompany weddings. The event should not be a somber affair; it should be a time of joy and celebration and the strip of four booth photos reflects this better than any professional photographer. Newlywed couples who had booths at their wedding say it is a great idea and that the resulting photo albums always make them smile and laugh. Many wedding planners say it is a must at all their weddings.
Anatol Josephewitz or Josepho was from Siberia, and in the 1920s he developed the modern photo booths that we see in malls and shopping centers around the world. As a child, Anatol was interested in photography, and when he was old enough he traveled to Berlin where he was hired as a...