[NEW] Template Releases November 5, 2013

Mike
Mike
#20for24 Wednesday continue with 2 new designs this week. One elegant wedding postcard and a second fun vintage video game postcard. Available today through midnight EST for $20.



<strong>Love Birds Damask Postcard</strong>

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<strong>Video Game Wedding Postcard</strong>

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Comments

  • Unknown
    The video game one is just begging for a matching Darkroom Booth screen set
  • Unknown
    Well, it could just be centered full screen and be used as the screen design too. That's one thing I love about darkroom. Last night I had an event with single shot prints, and I just used the print design as the screen design[attachment=0:1fsm4mhm]<!-- ia0 -->ImageUploadedByTapatalk1384016012.597610.jpg<!-- ia0 -->[/attachment:1fsm4mhm]



    This is my new event photo setup, built on a c-stand. I trigger the photo myself because its a head to toe shot and it's just too far way for the guests to do themselves. The setup still needs some work though, as it took even longer to set up than my full photo booth.
  • Unknown
    Just a quick comment about mugshots "head to toe" set up. How do you feel about using a foot release with a long enough cable for guests to start the process themselves. Or perhaps a small cordless remote that can be hand held, as long as you are able to keep track of it so it doesn't go amiss.
  • Unknown
    I've moved to a touch screen for everything and haven't looked back. Before the touch screen I did use a stealth switch 2, with a guitar foot switch inside the booth (just because it was rugged, and cheaper to replace) .



    Anyway, I saw a clever way to do a foot switch for this type of setup once. It involved a custom printed floor mat with instructions where to stand and a place to attach the foot switch. It was a great idea, but I hate taping down cables, so I never tried it myself. Taping down the power cord is enough for me.
  • Unknown
    I hear you about taping down cables. We had to tape down too many cords and cables at a gala event one evening (power bar was left at home). I now pack two extra power bars in MY cable bag. I make sure that I print out a "gear check list" and no longer depend upon the other half to pack any thing for me. It's funny how we individually interpret "logically" where items should be packed and what items should be packed together. I'm the "shooter" in the family, he's the tech guy.
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