Photo Booth Expo 2018 Wrap Up

Wednesday, 04 April 2018 by

Another Photo Booth Expo is in the books and it was the best one yet! This year we focused on output options for printers, new features in Darkroom Booth 3 and keeping our customers up to date with new technology. 3D prints, lighted badges, panoramic printing and filters were a huge hit, so much that

It’s Hip to Print Square

Thursday, 29 March 2018 by

Although square prints have been an option on roll dye subs for a while, there was great buzz about them during PBX 2018. Many printers have done square prints including 6×6 on the Mitsubishi K60, Steve did a post on it in a previous blogpost. Please remember, 4×6 media comes out of the printer horizontally

Slow Motion with Darkroom Booth

Tuesday, 07 March 2017 by

Darkroom Booth makes it easy for you to add slow motion videos to your customer’s booth experience. For best results, we recommend videos to be shot at least 60 frames per second with adequate lighting. Our examples in the video were produced using a Canon T6i SLR camera and a GoPro Hero 4 combined with

Sooner or later you may find yourself in need of tech support and if you do here are a few tips to make that process go smoother. First, go to the source. No one knows your software better than the people who made it. Facebook is great if you have a question on how to

UPDATE: Windows 10 has since been released and there are no known issues when used with Darkroom products. Microsoft is set to release Windows 10 on July 29th and it will be a free upgrade to all current Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 user. The Darkroom team has tested all of our software products with

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The key to great results with Chroma-key backgrounds is good, consistent lighting. The examples below illustrate different lighting and exposures and the results. All of these images were processed with the default settings in Darkroom Booth photo booth software. The same results would be achieved and the same techniques can be used with Darkroom workflow

Building your own photo booth? Based on experience from building my own photo booths and helping Darkroom customers as well, here are some things to consider when looking at hardware options.

There are 2 ways to use arcade buttons with Darkroom Booth. One is to use a USB mouse and take it apart and replace the original mouse buttons with arcade buttons. This will require some minor soldering but is not complex. You can use an inexpensive mouse that can be found for less than $10

After purchasing the upgrade go to http://www.darkroomsoftware.com/support/downloads/ and download the latest version of the product you need (Core, Pro or Assembly Edition). After installing on your computer plug in your hardware protection key or dongle and run the new software. You should get an error message that looks like this: Hold down your shift key

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