A simple yet effective photobooth setup
March 19, 2017 • Leave a Comment
Yesterday I had the absolute pleasure of attending a wedding and as part of that wedding I was asked to be the MC. For this particular wedding I was not the main photographer but I wanted to ensure the bride and groom had as many photos of the night in as possible. They already had two photographers and a fuji instax polaroid style camera for people to snap away with.
During the setup I decided to take a long my tripod, 430 EX II speedlight and a RoundFlash™ Ring, which as portable lighting goes, spreads light beautifully! The venue was a working timber warehouse and so it was extremely easy to find a good spot to set my tripod down. I set to manual, prepared the 10 second timer and set out the remote for people to wander past and take their own photobooth style photos.
The below photos were all taken at F4, 1/40th and at ISO 400 and I must say, I really like the quality of the photos and of course, the silly nature of the poses people did during the special day!
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