I've always loved photo booths (does anyone not?) and never pass up the opportunity to use one when I come across them. I think they capture something a little different about you than when you get your pic snapped by a regular camera. Maybe it's because it's a safe-haven. You're behind a curtain, it doesn't matter what you do, no one really sees you. You never can time it right, that flash always catches you when you're not expecting it to. It's always a surprise when that slimy photo strip pops out of that little hole on the side. You never know what you're going to see.
Now imagine a booth where you actually get to step inside the camera! The ShootBooth is designed to look like a huge old bellows camera. Hand-built and one-of-a-kind, guests can step into the bellows booth and create a photo using two different techniques - WriteLite and FreezeFrame. The options are endless... the creative types behind this giantic gadget will invent a setup that caters to whatever your pretty little head can think up.
As fun as it looks, I think I'd still rather pull the curtain closed and stand in one of those tiny, cramped old-school booths making funny faces with as many people as we can pack in there.