You know what's always a hit? Photo booths at weddings. You know what's always fun? Slow motion. You know what would be amazing? A slow-motion photo booth at a wedding. It can document all the cheery drunkenness and celebratory antics and encouraged public displays of affection and confetti and suits and ties and…
The advent of the photobooth gave ordinary people access to inexpensive photo portraits. The 3D printing photobooth might do the same thing—with personal action figures. A pop-up shop opening this month in Tokyo's Harajuku neighborhood will let folks print out 3D dolls of themselves.
If you've ever thought it would be cool to have a miniature figurine of yourself—or maybe a loved one—just hanging out on your desk and doing it's thing, your day has come. The first 3D printing photobooth is due to open in Japan later this month.
The other night, a friend and I happened upon a rather old, beat up photo booth. I love a photo booth. I will never not shell out a few bucks for a strip of pictures, when there's a photo booth near by. So you can imagine my frustration upon seeing the above pictured text on the old, graffitied-over screen.
Instead of having an obnoxious wedding photographer trying to grab candid shots of the guests during the reception, Instructables user letMeBeFranks built this gigantic Lomo that served as a private photobooth. At $150, constructed from scrounged parts and equipment from around his home, it was a lot cheaper than…
Here's an amazing series of pictures of Steve Jobs playing around with OS X's Photo Booth back in 2005. They're absolutely lovely, showing off a side of Jobs that so few of us knew. Good to see, on a day like this.
Making fun of old people using tech is like shooting old people in a barrel, so let's not ridicule. Instead, let's just watch, smiling, as these lovely senior citizens try to take a picture of themselves with a birthday cake.
Two Pratt graduate students, Alex Crawford and Austin Nelson, decided their lives—or studies, anyway—wouldn't be quite complete without having built a Rube Goldberg Machine of their very own. But it's not just a bunch plinking and plopping for its own sake; this complex contraption actually begins and ends with a…
Rumors have been flying about a Photo Booth app coming to the iPad (and presumably iOS). In addition to references to the feature found in iOS 4, this patent shows Apple's been working on some features for photo and video in iOS very similar to (if not better than) what Photo Booth does on OS X.
If this isn't proof that your grandparents can be just as big, if not bigger, of a jackass than you, I don't know what is.
Here's a picture of a guy proposing to his girlfriend in a photobooth. It makes me bubble inside and I never bubble inside. Just look at her, she goes from a simple smile to pure elated joy in under 4 pictures.
Photo Booth, the application for snapping distorted and stylized shots using your Mac's web cam, was improbably but undeniably a lot of fun. Camera Sutra brings that same real-time zaniness to your iPhone 4's front facing camera.
In case you hadn't realize just how disgusting Apple's Photo Booth filters could be, Mark Pernice and team converted a Photo Booth self-portrait to a real life, 3D mask. Here was the before shot:
I can't take a good picture of myself and a friend for the life of me, which is why I love this inflatable photobooth. Inside the traveling, blow up booth is a 11-megapixel camera.
If you hosted your own daily talk show and had to kill 43 minutes of air with no writers backing you up, you'd eventually pull out stuff you have lying around the office and try and make a sketch out of it. This is exactly what Conan does, making with the OS X Photo Booth Filters like every teenage kid who visits an…
Update: We've been had. It looks like this is a hoax. These pics were uploaded to Flickr from the website TopShop, and are the Top 50 photos taken in the exclusive Photo Booth areas set up at the London Fashion Week Venue. Turns out these people aren't thieves at all!