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Category: Photo booth software

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Jazz Up Darkroom Booth With Droplets by Booth Creative

“While Booth Creative builds effects that work with many photo booth softwares, we find Darkroom Booth to be the best; you can easily add or change effects for awesome results” Justin Valle, Owner of Booth Creative Click images to view full size We are super excited about the droplet store

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The Event Photo Guys Present Hands-on Classes for Darkroom Software

Hands on instruction from 2 of the leading experts with Darkroom Software. Classes will be from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Central time with plenty of time for Q&A. Lunch will be provided. We will give away a Fujifilm DX100 Photo Printer to one lucky attendee. July 20, 2019: Booth

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Movie Night at Texas School

The yearly pilgrimage of 1000 photographers to the Texas School of Professional Photography is on right now in Dallas. Last night Wally from Darkroom Software and Bill from Imaging Spectrum assisted Jeff Gump and his class on print on site events using Darkroom Core software and the Fujifilm DX100 printer.

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Summer is Around the Corner, and So is SYNC Sports

Be sure to visit the Imaging Spectrum booth for some goodies and meet our Sports Photography team! SYNC SPORTS 2019 DATES: June 11 – 14, 2019 LOCATION: DoubleTree by Hilton in Cranberry Township, PA (Pittsburgh) Learn more and register at https://www.syncrocks.com/sync-sports The volume photography game is constantly changing and shifting.

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Photo Booth Expo 2019 – We’re Getting Ready!

Come meet us at our mega booth #801! Don’t miss your chance to meet Imaging Spectrum and Darkroom Software superstars; Wally, Steve, Bill, Laura, Amy and Eugene. This year we’re bringing back the widescreen to see Darkroom Software in action and get answers to your questions. We’re excited to show

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Santa Claus is Coming to Town – Be Ready for the Photo Shoots

I started photographing Santa 33 years ago starting with peel apart Polaroids. Back with Polaroid Type 669, photos were $1 a piece and of course, children can freak out with the Big Guy so every a photo was taken, it would cost you money. With digital if you are shooting spec,

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