I'm getting married this summer, and the one must have thing on my bride's wish list for the reception was a photo booth. I've priced photo booths for my reception and have found they run about $1,000 here.
After doing a little research, I've found I could build one for not much more money, if I skimp on the printer. I'll probably buy two Epson Picturemate printers, and use Windows print pooling to split the load between them rather than going with a commercial photo printer.
I'm curious to know if anyone has an opinion on the photo booth software by Breeze Systems - http://www.breezesys.com/Photobooth/index.htm. I would be buying either the DSLR version for Canon or Nikon.
If anyone has other software recommendations, I'd love to hear those too.
I'm doing this for personal use, not heavy commercial use. It will be used for my reception, and my sister's reception which is also this summer. I'm not particularly interested in getting into the photo booth business. Just looking forward to the project, and looking forward to upgrading my circa 2005 DSLR to a newer model. (The Nikon D50 I have doesn't have live view capability, so it won't work.)