As the lines between the traditional photo booth experience and good old fashioned event photography become more blurred, we thought it might be a good time to explain the differences between Darkroom Booth, our popular photo booth software and Darkroom Core & Pro, our industry standard event photography workflow management software. Gone are the days
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
Did you know that there is a new version of Darkroom Software? It was a soft and quiet launch but version 9.2 of Darkroom Core and Darkroom Professional is now available! Below is a summary of some of the new features included in version 9.2. The most requested and for us the most exciting feature
Panoramic team photos are a popular item among high school and college teams and using Photoshop can be time consuming to do. As a challenge to defend Darkroom’s statement on our website “Minutes in Darkroom = hours in Photoshop” I am going to duplicate a cheer squad panoramic that was done in Photoshop and took
Photographing kids, schools, sports, parties and events! Written By, Kerry Raminiak Tod Cohen, as a photographer, wears many hats. Tod Cohen Photography offers life-event photography services with a special flare. As a franchise owner of TSS Photography, he produces student and youth sports photography and image products. Tod Cohen also teaches Creativity/ Photography workshops and
Event-Photos & Darkroom turn one day of comics into a day with heroes Written By, Kerry Raminiak Regular Darkroom Newsletter and Blog readers should recognize the name Ian Griffiths and his company Event-Photos (UK). Ian and company were featured in one of our very first newsletters ever (Event Photos Has the X Factor) and we have always been delighted to
Photographer Spotlight: Extreme Photography Studios When you visit the website of Extreme Photography Studios it quickly becomes apparent that creativity is king. Nothing is typical when it comes to this company — headed by owner Tiffaney Arbogast-Burke and business partner Derek Burke. Since starting up Extreme Photography Studios in 1999 the company has stayed at
Easily one of the most popular features of DARKROOM is the green screen dropout. It works great and it is extremely flexible when you know the ins-and-outs of making backgrounds and foregrounds, color settings, and the limits of your own creativity. Because the world of green screen has so many varieties, we reached out to
Photographer Spotlight: Professional Images Photography
Perhaps you’ve read the recent headlines that social media is taking over convention and event photography. It may be because of the ambition of Joseph Rodriguez and his San Antonio-based company, Professional Images Photography. It appears they are getting some attention from their editorial article about how they’ve found a workflow and service line that not only provides near-instant prints at corporate events, but also, a simultaneous email with the same image — branded with the corporate sponsor’s logo and often in front of a greenscreen image.
Apparently there’s a lot of buzz when “everyone was tweeting, facebooking and forwarding the photos [they got via email] with the company logo prominently displayed” and that it was the “hit of the tradeshow floor with everyone giggling when their phones began pinging.”
“It was a tradeshow marketers dream come true.”
When we found out that Professional Images Photography does it all with DARKROOM Professional Edition, we knew we had to pick their brain before convention season formally kicks off on Memorial Day. We reached out to owner, Joseph Rodriguez about what inspired him to create this service offering and the much talked-about article.