This episode brings to a close our three-part series on the four types of events by discussing indoor events. Both canopy and open booth events indoors come with less variables than their outdoor counterparts, but there are still a couple of considerations that need attention. I also discuss a Darkroom feature that many people are not aware of; adding QR codes to your screen and print templates.
Monthly Archives: September 2017
In this second part of our three-part series I talk about running events outdoors. Canopy and open booth events held outside come with some special considerations. I cover the important technical issues as well as discuss tips on protecting your booth and your gear. Below is a link to a wonderful tool to help you determine the placement of your booth in conjunction with direct sunlight, The Photographer’s Ephemeris, as mentioned in the episode.
We start a three-part series this week on the four different types of events you can do with your booth; canopy indoors, open booth indoors, canopy outside, open booth outside. In this first part I define each event type and give a top-down look at their basic differences and the specific considerations that must be given. Parts two and three will get into more details of indoor and outdoor events and their strengths, weaknesses, and preparation guidelines.
This week I talk about the tools you have at your disposal for your business, as well as some ideas on what you can acquire down the road. When you have a vision of what you want your photo booth business to be like it’s important to know and understand the tools required to get there. Your photo booth has a great deal more tools than you may realize. Let’s discover a few of them, and talk about some additional tools for expansion.