What’s New in Breeze Booth 1.0.2?

There is a whole collection of goodies in the latest update to Breeze Booth & companion apps released today, including a new Event Creator, Bluetooth control of LEDs and other devices from the iPad, and passcode controlled updates to events.

What’s new?

  • Three step Event Creator builds working events from scratch
  • Chameleon theme designed by Wilkes Booth Co.
  • Control LED lighting from Breeze Booth*
  • Link lighting effects to countdown and other screens*
  • Save power : switch off or dim lights during idle time*
  • Control Breeze Booth from other devices including payment systems, remote triggers and proximity sensors*
  • Passcode controlled update of events
  • Add audio to screens
  • Choice of print size and printer from the App

*requires compatible Bluetooth devices

Creating and customizing your own events

You love the Breeze Booth App and the power and flexibility of the Editor, but found it difficult to get started. We have simplified the Editor’s interface, added an easy to use event creator and buttons taking you straight to detailed help.

Easier editing

  • Simple Event Creator helps you build new events from scratch
  • Existing events are loaded automatically when you open the Editor
  • Free professional Chameleon theme as standard (use Chameleon with the Creator)
  • Screens folder is clearly named
  • Buttons link to detailed help for the current screen
  • Advanced options (including profiles) have been moved to a separate screen

 Create working events in three steps

Three step Event creator builds working events for any iPad or iPhone **  using the new Chameleon theme:

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When you have built an event either transfer it straight to your booths, or add extra features such as virtual props, html emails and engaging surveys.

Note: The simplest way to transfer events to your devices uses Dropbox .  Advanced users may prefer to transfer events via your own website

Easier editing

The main screen has been simplifed, and events are loaded as soon as the editor is opened

Click on an event to edit it as soon as the Event Editor (1.2) is opened

Advanced settings have been hidden from view (unless the event uses profiles) when you start editing

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Bluetooth Integration

Integrate Bluetooth devices to

  • Control LED lighting from Breeze Booth*
  • Link lighting effects to countdown and other screens*
  • Save power : switch off or dim lights during idle time*

  • Control Breeze Booth from other devices including payment systems, remote triggers and proximity sensors*

Learn more about using Bluetooth

Passcode controlled updates

Give users a unique 6 digit passcode which will automatically download the latest version of the event to their device, and run it. More details …

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Where to find the latest releases

  • Breeze Booth 1.0.2 is a free upgrade which you can download from the App Store
  • Download Breeze Booth Event Editor 1.2 and Breeze Hub here

Can I try this for free?

You don’t need to buy a license to create events for Breeze Booth . Just download and install Breeze Booth Event Editor 1.2 onto a Windows PC. You can try out Breeze Booth and companion Apps Event Editor and Breeze Hub free of charge.

* Devices must run iOS 12. At time of writing (May 2019) Breeze Booth supports iPad Pro 11 and iPhone X series and well as iPads with 4:3 screens and iPhones with 16:9 screens

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Sample iPad events for Breeze Booth

Breeze Booth comes with five sample events as standard, professionally designed to run on iPads. Run these events out of the box to get a feel for what you can achieve with the App, then tweak or customize them to use at your own events.

This post covers

  • a brief guide to each event
  • general information about the sample events
  • how to download and run the sample events on your iPad

Getting started

You can run Breeze Booth on any iOS 12 device without having or signing in to an account but it will be limited to ten photos or GIFs per day before a watermark is added to the output. There is no charge to open the account.  Use it to buy subscriptions and redeem vouchers to sign in your iPads.

You will need an account with at least one active subscription or voucher to use Breeze Booth for iPad for unlimited photos. Please see Creating an Account and Logging into the Web App for more information.

Downloading the App and sample events to your iPad

Download Breeze Booth from the App Store

There is no charge to download and run Breeze Booth on an iPad or iPhone.

Breeze Booth runs on all iPads and iPhones running iOS 12. Once you have downloaded the App, you will be prompted to download the sample events onto your iPad. This may take a little time as two of the events are quite large. Once they are successfully downloaded, you can run any of the five events.

General information

Each sample event includes a Welcome screen with information about the event. Tap anywhere on this screen to start the event.

Sample welcome screen for the Props & Filters demo. An overlay called ready_overlay.png is displayed over over a plain background called  ready.jpg

You can replace this screen with one suited to your own events, perhaps including instructions for your operator, or support information for unattended booths.

If you don’t want to use a welcome screen, just hide it.

The welcome screens include a reminder that there is a secret button in the top right hand corner of each event ready screen to access the admin menu. You can password protect the settings screen if required.

Admin menu

The sample admin menus are the same for all the sample events, and include five options

  • return to the admin screen
  • switch between front and rear cameras
  • adjust the camera settings
  • sync (download the most recent version of) the event
  • back – go to the previous screen

Privacy/information button

There is a privacy/information button in the top left or lower right corner of all the sample events.This takes guests to one or more screens with extra information. These screens are a great place to put your business details, terms and conditions, privacy statement, or even troubleshooting advice. The sample events all include two pages of information; you can change both the content and number of information screens in the Event Editor. 

Printing and emailing from the iPad

Breeze Booth can run as a standalone App where guests email images and/or print them using AirPrint. You can also link the booth to a Windows PC running Breeze Hub for Windows based printing and more sophisticated html based emails.

The five sample events all print and email directly from the iPad, you do not need to use Breeze Hub to run the sample events.

Booth orientation

You can run Breeze Booth in both portrait and landscape, and set it up to automatically switch between the two when the iPad is rotated. Most iPad booths run in portrait orientation, so the sample events are designed for this. We have included a simple screen prompting operators to rotate the iPad back to portrait if they try to run it in landscape.

 

Sample landscape ready screen directing users to rotate the iPad back to portrait orientation (Breeze Booth)

You can use the Event Editor to customize the design of this screen or remove it.

Five sample events

  1. Props and filters
  2. Boomerang GIF
  3. Photo (no printing)
  4. Print Menu (Printing)
  5. Surveys

To make the most of these demos (1) run them, (2) read these notes, and (3)  look at how the event is set up in the Event Editor app.

A separate post will run through how to use the Event Editor to remove the branding and other details you won’t want if you use these events for real.

Demo 1 Props and filters

This demo features:

  • Digital / AR Props
  • Color Filters
  • Mirror Effects
  • Sub Menus
  • Emailing of images
  • Info Screens
  • Initial Profile

Digital / AR Props

Digital Props are transparent PNG files that attach  and track to a guests face (eg, as the guest moves, the prop moves with them). The size and position of the Prop can be easily set in the Event Editor app. Props can also have an optional “smile” feature, that allows the prop to change if a guest is smiling (check out the Flower Eyes Prop to see how this works).

Color Filters

As standard, Breeze Booth comes with 6 Instagram style color filters, a standard B&W and monochrome and a comic style filter. For advanced users, you can design totally custom color filters in programs such as Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop and import them in to Breeze. The color and BW filter in this demo were custom made in Lightroom. To learn more about how to create your own color filters, see the details here.

Mirror Effects

Breeze Booth includes a range of mirror effects; from a simple vertical split screen mirror, to a quad screen of vertical and horizontal. Mirror effects can be applied to still images, slideshow GIFs and burst/boomerang GIFs.

Sub Menu

New to Breeze Booth, is the ability to create sub menus. These sub menus can be used (such as in this demo) as a way to display a menu of special effects (eg, Props, filters and mirror effects) or as a way create Admin menus, to allow easy (or hidden) access to functions like: Sync, camera settings and exit to the main settings (tap the right hand corner to check it out).

Emailing

In this demo, images are being emailed using the inbuilt iOS Mail App. However, for even better results and more flexibility (including full HTML designed emails), images can be emailed using Breeze Hub (which is a small, but powerful utility that runs on a Windows PC). For more information on Breeze Hub, please see here.

Info Screens

Info screens are a way of presenting useful information to people using the photo booth. In this demo, the Info Screen is being used to display an example Privacy Statement. But it could also be used to display asuch things as a custom user guide on how to use the photo booth, or information about products and services that your corporate client is offering.

Initial Profile

An initial Profile can be used to display a particular profile when the Event is first loaded. This could be useful to force guests/users to view particular information, prior to using the photo booth. In this demo, it is being used as a way to educate people about the demo itself.

Demo 2 Boomerang GIF

This demo features:

  • Boomerang / Burst GIF
  • BW color filter
  • Animated overlay

Color filters

As standard, Breeze Booth comes with 6 Instagram style color filters, a standard B&W and monochrome and a comic style filter. For advanced users, you can design totally custom color filters in programs such as Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop and import them in to Breeze. The color and BW filter in this demo were custom made in Lightroom. To learn more about how to create your own color filters, see the details here.

Animated Overlays

GIFs can also have animated overlays applied as a series of transparent PNG files. For more information about setting up animated overlays, see here.

Demo 3 Photo

This simple demon takes 3 photos and makes a slideshow GIF from them. For more information about making simple GIFs, see the information here.

Demo 4 Print Menu

This demo features

  • multiple profiles
  • print layouts
  • printing

Multiple Profiles

Profiles can be used to build a custom menu system, to allow guests to make choices. In this demo, the menu allows a user to choose what print layout they want.

Print Layouts

This demo shows three different layouts; 6×2 strip, a single image 6×4 and a 6×4 with 4 photos. For more information about print layouts, see here. 

Printing

Photos can be printed by either using an AirPrint printer, or using Breeze Hub. For details on how to print, see here.

Demo 5 Surveys

To make the most of this demo, have a read of these notes, and be sure to try out all the surveys, check out where and how the images have been saved, and have a look at how the event is set up in the Event Editor app. 

Note: The sureys demo has been designed to show creative ways you can customize Breeze Booth to collect and use guest data. It is not intended for use at live events.

This demo features 5 different surveys

  • Opt In/Out (with multiple options)
  • Simple Accept/Decline
  • Age gate
  • Simple Graphical Options
  • Advanced Graphical Options

Also demonstrated, is how data can be affected by the choices users make. As an example, the choices users make can determine:

  • Where images get saved
  • The file names of images
  • What text gets added to print layouts
  • What text gets added to emails

Where/how the images are saved

To see how survey data can affect where and how images are saved, run the demo on your iPad and check out what has happened to the images from your session.

On the iPad, open the Files App and then tap On my iPad, then Breeze Booth, then Photos. Take special note of the folder names, specifically paying attention to the Demo 5 folders, and then take a look at the files in each, and see how the file names are effected by the survey choices.

Using Survey Data in emails

Data from the survey can be used in emails like the one sent by this event.

Using the Survey Data in prints

Have a look at the print attached to the email. See how Steve creatively used the data you entered for emotion, age and Toblerone price on the print.

Learn more about Surveys here.

 

This post was written by Sue Breeze, based on Steve Bliesner’s notes about the sample events provided with Breeze Booth.

 

 

 
 

 

Breeze DSLR Remote Pro 3.13 released

DSLR Remote Pro 3.13 introduces mirror effects, support for two new cameras and the ability to save logos with print layouts.

New in this release

  • Mirroring effect filters for photo booth use
  • Canon EOS RP and PowerShot SX70 HS camera support
  • Support for saving logos with photo booth print layout files
  • New Total number of  Prints counter

New cameras

DSLR Remote Pro 3.13 adds support for Canon’s new R series camera, the EOS RP, and Canon’s PowerShot SX70 HS model.

Mirroring filters

Looking for something new? Add a twist to your booth with four new mirror effects. Achieve this effect in minutes.

Slideshow GIF with the new top/bottom mirror effect

Save logos with Photo Booth Print Layouts

Logos provide a quick and easy way to add graphics to prints without using an image editor such as Photoshop.

DSLR Remote Pro 3.12 introduced the ability to add up to five JPEG and/or PNG logos to your prints. Many of you want to save these logos with your photo booth print layouts, so we have added this feature to v3.13.

Add up to 5 logos to each print and export them with the Print Layout (Breeze DSLR Remote Pro 3.13)

Total number of prints counter

Keeps count of the number of prints made (Breeze DSLR Remote Pro 3.13)

The new Total number of prints counter is shared with other Breeze apps running on the PC such as Kiosk, and incremented each time any of these apps prints. Learn more

Note to advanced users: The token for this counter {eventPrintTotal} can be used in filenames, caption text in print layouts and message text.

Try DSLR Remote Pro 3.13 for yourself

DSLR Remote Pro 3.13 is a free upgrade for all registered users who purchased DSLR Remote Pro after 14th April 2018. Customers with older licenses need to buy an upgrade license to use this release.

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Mirror and Pop Art filters in DSLR Remote Pro

Pop Art and mirror effects are a doddle in DSLR Remote Pro. Set up  your booth as usual, copy PhotoboothcreativeFilter.dll into your PhotoboothImages folder, then select the filter you want to use. That’s it!

DSLR Remote Pro 3.13 ships with ten creative filters and six Instagram style filters as standard. This post explains how to use mirror, Pop Art and other filters in still photos, slideshow and boomerang (burst) GIFs.

Set up a basic booth

I ran the Photo Booth Setup wizard to create a working booth, and shared slideshow GIFs instead of the print layout.

Copy PhotoboothcreativeFilter.dll into your PhotoboothImages folder

Copy PhotoboothcreativeFilter.dll from your installation folder (usually C:\Program Files (x86)\BreezeSys\DSLR Remote Pro) into your PhotoboothImages folder

Copying PhotoboothcreativeFilter.dll from C:\Program Files (x86)\BreezeSys\DSLR Remote Pro

 

Just paste PhotoboothcreativeFilter.dll into your PhotoboothImages folder

Connect your camera and choose a filter

Start the booth and DSLR Remote Pro will display the default filter (color negative).

Color negative filter (Breeze DSLR Remote Pro 3.13)

Type Ctrl+Shift+C to display the setup page and choose one of the mirror filters:

Drop down list of creative filters. DSLR Remote Pro 3.13 introduces mirroring and an ‘off’ setting.

 

Selecting one of the creative filters in DSLR Remote Pro

You are away! Here are a few examples of mirroring, Pop Art and Posterized effects:

Left/right mirroring

Left/right mirroring GIF in DSLR Remote Pro (new in Breeze DSLR Remote Pro 3.13)

Top/bottom mirroring

Square images on a square print with top/bottom mirroring (new in Breeze DSLR Remote Pro 3.13)

Two by two mosaic

Create multiple reflections with the two by two mosaic filter (DSLR Remote Pro 3.13)

Pop Art

Breeze gives total control over Pop Art effect colors. This print layout fills a square 6 x 6 print with 4 square images

 

Pop art effect slideshow GIF (Breeze DSLR Remote Pro 3.13)

Posterize

Posterize effect in slideshow GIF (Breeze DSLR Remote Pro)

Switch between filters or turn them off

Type Ctrl+Shift+C on the Ready screen to switch to a different filter or turn them off completely.

Advanced users can offer guests a menu of filters using profiles. This is beyond the scope of this post.

Boomerang (aka burst) GIFs

Set up filters for boomerang GIFs in exactly the same way as for still photos/slideshow GIFs. Guests see the effect of each filter as they pose, not just on their prints and GIFs:

Creative filters work with both photos and boomerang GIFs

Save the current filter for future use

The current filter is automatically saved* for the Photobooth Images folder you are using. When you next load this Photobooth Images folder into DSLR Remote Pro, it will automatically run the same filter.

*Filter settings are saved in the program registry for each Photobooth Images folder.

Where the outputs are stored

Screenshot of subfolders containing outputs from the booth

DSLR Remote Pro gives you a lot of control over where your images are stored. This can be really useful when you want to use a watch folder to share, display or upload images from the booth.   This post explains where DSLR Remote Pro usually places different types of images.

Mirroring filters in portrait

If you shoot in portrait the top/bottom and left/right filters are swapped. The two by two mosaic works but ‘swap top halves’ is not designed for portrait orientation.

Want to know more?

For more details see the DSLR Remote Pro help files.

Add “Instagram style” and custom filters to Webcam Photobooth

Use mirrors and other filters in Breeze Booth (for iPads and iPhones)

Try DSLR Remote Pro 3.13 for yourself

DSLR Remote Pro 3.13 is a free upgrade for all registered users who purchased DSLR Remote Pro after 14th April 2018. Customers with older licenses need to buy an upgrade license to use this release.

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Magic mirrors: shooting boomerang (burst) GIFs without live view

Mirror booths usually do not display the camera’s live view because guests see themselves pose in the mirror.

Breeze DSLR Remote Pro’s support for bespoke interfaces and custom menus makes it a great choice for magic mirrors and photo booths. You can hide the live view whether you are offering still photos, GIFs, slow mo or video booth:

Fusion Booth running DSLR Remote Pro with choice of boomerang GIF, slow motion or photos (Image courtesy of Incredible Booth)

To capture still photos without displaying the live view simply switch it off in Advanced Settings.

Live view unchecked to hide the live view when capturing still images (Breeze DSLR Remote Pro 3.12)

This is great when you want to make slideshow GIFs from a set of still photos.

Breeze boomerang GIFs are captured from the camera’s live view, so when live view is switched off you cannot shoot boomerang GIFs.

Hide the live view

Mirror booth users and others who want to shoot boomerang GIFs without showing the live view need to hide it. There is a simple trick to this – move the live view so that it is no longer displayed on screen. If your screen is 1080 x 1920 pixels, offset the live view by more than this  (In this example I have offset by 2000 pixels in both directions):

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Guests will still see the countdown but not the live view. Magic!

More tips for mirror booths

Breeze DSLR Remote Pro software

Breeze DSLR Remote Pro powers photo booths and mirror booths worldwide. Licenses cost just US $275* each and include one year’s free upgrades. This post shows screenshots from Breeze DSLR Remote Pro 3.12

This Windows based App runs as a fully functional trial for up to 14 days supporting most Canon DSLR cameras and Canon’s mirrorless M50.

Download DSLR Remote Pro and try for yourself

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*Price valid for 30 days from 8th April 2019, and exclude any tax due

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Breeze Booth 1.0.1 adds iPhone support

I’m pleased to be able to say that we released Breeze Booth 1.0.1 today, adding iPhone support and scheduled updates for fixed installations to our innovative iPad App.

Breeze Booth supports all iPads and iPhones running iOS 12.1, and can be downloaded from the App Store here

New in Breeze Booth 1.0.1

  • Support for Apple iPhones
  • Scheduled syncing (updating) events and purging old images for fixed installations
  • Custom background images for start screen can be different when device is signed in and out
  • Switch between simple and advanced display options on settings screen
  • Simpler initial download of sample events
  • Simpler switching between events
  • Fixed issue with AirPrint
  • Fixed issue with text number verification

Smaller roving devices

Breeze Booth is ideal for the growing roving market, and offers new opportunities for smaller, light weight devices powered by iPhones and the new iPad Mini 5. Share and print images using Breeze Hub from both iPhones and iPads. Create bespoke interfaces for small and large screens with the powerful Event Editor.

How much does it cost?

Breeze Booth is available at an introductory price of just $49/month or $440/year for each device. To buy subscriptions open a Breeze Booth account.

Prices exclude any tax due

I’ve just bought a license! How do I upgrade?

Thanks for being an early adopter. Breeze Booth 1.0.1 is a free upgrade – just upgrade your copies of the App from the App Store.

To design interfaces for iPhones you need to download the latest version of the Event Editor v1.1.2.

And finally

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Why won’t it work?#*! I’m sure the filename is right …

You will often need to add or edit the files in your PhotoboothImages folder when you customize the screens in your booth or mirror. Most of you know that you must name the files you add correctly so that DSLR Remote Pro and other Breeze programs can find them.
If you are sure the filename is right but the program doesn’t seem to see it, check the filename extension.

It is very easy to name a file 1.jpg.jpg by mistake, and Windows makes this hard to spot, because Windows File explorer doesn’t show the extension (.jpg or .avi etc) unless you tell it to.

In this post I will show you how to spot errors more easily:

Always display file name extensions

The first example shows an Icons view of the images for a basic booth set up with the Wizard. I find this visual overview very helpful. If you look at the filenames (highlighted in red) you will see that the .jpg file name extensions are missing:

Typical icon view of PhotoboothImages folder. Windows has hidden the file extensions

The View tab shows you that the File name extensions box is not checked:

Checking this box will reveal the .jpg extensions:

When File name extensions is checked, the .jpg etc extensions are shown

Fascinating – but why does this matter?

If you accidentally name the a file 1.jpg.jpg instead of just 1.jpg it will be very clear when you look at this window:

Here the first image has accidentally been named 1.jpg.jpg

If you cannot see these file extensions this is much easier to miss:

1.jpg.jpg is labelled 1.jpg – very easy to miss!

If you look at the Details view of the same folder this is what you will see:

Again 1.jpg.jpg is labelled 1.jpg
When you force Windows to show the file extension my mistake jumps out

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Breeze Booth for iPad launched

Breeze Booth for iPad is a powerful photo booth app designed with flexibility, redundancy and creativity in mind.

Breeze Booth features the most powerful and flexible interface designer of any iPad app in the industry. Create graphically stunning designs, complex multi-menu navigations, engaging data surveys and customised keyboards. Quickly deploy them to a fleet of iPads using trusted cloud services (Dropbox, iCloud etc) or via your own private and secure web servers.

Make it yours. Make it your clients. Breeze Booth can be re-skinned to make it look like your very own photo booth software. All from just US $49/month or US $440/year.

More…

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Multi-Camera Academy

Greetings everyone! My name is Peyton Vincent with CEG Interactive, an award-winning company that specializes in photo booth rental in San Diego as well as specialty photo activations nationwide. I first started using Breeze Systems software in 2007 with our very first portable photo booth. Back in those days, we were renting photo booths for weddings and parties but as we expanded our offerings, our clientbase grew to include concert tours, conventions, and sporting events nationwide.

While the majority of our jobs have relied on DSLR Remote Pro over the years, we found our niche by being photo booth technologists and innovators that wanted to constantly find new ways to re-invent the photo booth. We also regularly use Hotfolder Prints, Breeze Viewer, Webcam Photo Booth, Breeze Kiosk, and last but not least, Breeze Multi-Camera.

I have been invited by Chris and Sue to write some helpful features that are focused mostly around that last one which goes by a bunch of different names. See how many you recognize!

  • 3D Photo Booth
  • Bullet Time Photo Booth (inspired by the iconic scenes of “Neo” dodging bullets during the climax of “The Matrix” back in 1999.
  • Multi-Camera Array (or just “Array”)
  • 180 Photo Booth
  • 360 Photo Booth
  • And more I’m sure!
“Neo” dodging bullets in “The Matrix”

What is a Multi-Camera Photo Booth?

Other than the obvious, a multi-camera array photo booth consists of a system of interconnected cameras that are usually defined as follows:

  • Rigidly-attached to a curved structure that keeps them from shifting
  • Aimed at a central point or axis
  • Evenly-spaced so that the animation effect shifts between the cameras at a constant speed
  • DSLR cameras and lenses are of the same make/model/focal length. Breeze Multi-Camera is designed to tether exclusively with Canon DSLRs. However, with some custom work, it’s probably possible to use the animator program with image file sets captured by cameras of a different make.
  • Each camera is fired in either a “chase” where there’s a specified delay between each angle which creates a “virtual dolly” and/or slow motion bullet time effect OR they are all fired at the exact same instant to create a true “time freeze” effect.

I’m a visual guy (which is probably why I’m a photo booth nerd instead of a writer) so lets move on to the fun stuff…photo examples! I will end this first article with a multi-camera comparison guide that shows you how the number of cameras, type of backdrop, triggering method, etc can create a wide variety of different effects.

2 Camera “3D Photo Booth”

3D Photo Booth CEG Interactive
Event guests showing off their stylish 3D glasses and 3D photo prints!
Full color traditional photo prints as well as anaglyphic prints that can be viewed in 3D with the red/blue 3D glasses.

6 Camera Array Photo Booth

6 camera array with printed 10×10 tension fabric backdrop
6 camera photo booth with a 10×14 printed backdrop

7 Camera – Super Wide Angle

6 camera array using Canon EF-S 10-18mm Super Wide Angle Lenses.
This was a test shot and we ended up fine tuning calibration before the event began.

6 Camera – Green Screen Array

12 Camera Array – 3D Light Painting

12 Camera Array

We used two 9×9 black sequin backdrops for this shoot.

12 Camera Array – Green Screen

3D green screen confetti plus hand-tossed white confetti!

12 Camera Array – Creative Set

12 Camera Array – Green Screen with 3D artwork

12 Camera time slice effect with custom 3D graphics for concert photo activation

18 Camera Array – 180 Photo Booth

18 Camera Array – Time Delay Trigger “Virtual Dolly” Effect

Please stay tuned for our next feature were we cover more topics like hardware component selection, software settings, system design, and more! In the meantime, check out our website more information about the multi-camera photo booth services that we offer to our customers at CEG Interactive.

Extra Breeze iPad Master class at Photo Booth Expo 2019 – Monday at 3pm!

Latest: Additional iPad class on Monday 25th February at 3pm – book now!

Book your place at Introducing Breeze Booth for iPad on Monday at 3pm (The password is PBX)

I have reserved places for the folks on the iPad waiting list for this class – please drop me an email and confirm whether you would like to take them up.

Chris and Steve are running two Breeze Master Classes at Photo Booth Expo this year –  Introducing Breeze Booth for iPad, and Interface design for DSLR Remote Pro and Multi-Camera. Tickets are free to PBX Key Pass holders. The original classes have been fully booked for some time.

Both will also give  Keynote presentations at PBX. Steve will open on Sunday at 12 with What I’ve Learned From Doing 1000 Events A Year.  Chris will cover Choosing the Right Camera for your Booth on Tuesday  at 9am. You don’t need to book for Keynote presentations, which  are open to all PBX Key Pass holders.

Introducing Breeze Booth for iPad

Monday 25th February 11-12.30 & 3-4.30 Steve Bliesner & Chris Breeze

Get the low down on the latest Breeze App from Steve Bliesner (Breeze Brand Ambassador and Photo Booth Guys) and Chris Breeze (Breeze founder and developer).

Book your place at Introducing Breeze Booth for iPad (The password is PBX)

If you can no longer use your ticket, please email sales@breezesys.com so that I can give it to someone else. Thank you.

As most of you know, Chris is founder and developer in chief at Breeze. Steve Bliesner is our Breeze Brand Ambassador as well as running the Photo Booth Guys and Wilkes Photobooth. Steve’s Breeze class at BoothCon 2019 was standing room only; we expect both the PBX classes to be packed.

This is the fifth Year of Photo Booth Expo, the world’s largest Photo Booth Show. It’s a great chance to catch up with you all as well as showing the latest Breeze offerings at our booth. See you soon.

Sue & Chris

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