The conventional photo booth is good fun, but the DIY iPad Photo Booth offers people the opportunity to have more control over the pictures taken at parties and events.
A photographer named Rocco has come up with this clever and compact system which comprises a wooden box equipped with a digital SLR camera, a remote capture button and, of course, an iPad. The full setup incorporates flash lighting and the desired backdrop, before which the subjects can stand and pose any way they like. Instead of the device snapping an image according to a preset timer, an accessible pedal can be depressed as the trigger. Once a selection of pictures has been taken, the DIY iPad Photo Booth lets users browse through their photos with the tablet touchscreen, offering them an easy way to delete, email and tweet them.
Photo Credits: iFUN
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