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Video Booth Feature: Making The Most of It

1. Have a clear plan for the purpose of your videos. Ensure all users of the video booth understand your plan.   Posting a sign on the outside that everyone will see and can easily understand the purpose.
2. Know how much time you have to speak
3. Introduce yourself in a way that’s identifiable to others now and in the long term.
4. Know where to sit.. Some folks get really excited about creating a video that they sit way too close to the camera.   The result is an “in your face” video.   Is that what you were going for?
5. Look at the camera and project your voice to the audience.   Is the same as if you are talking face to face.. You would want to look at the other person in the face when talking. 
Also, remember that you’re using the video booth to convey a message,
So in a what day is a form of public speaking so make sure you speak loudly so everyone in the audience can hear you it is not a one to one conversation (unless you
Are truly aiming your video message to one individual).   Regardless, the video booth will most times be in a noisy place, so keep that in mind.
6.  If you don’t like the video, you can always redo until you feel like you’ve done your best.

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Photo Sharing Station Now Included In All Rentals.

We premiered the Social Shots Photo Sharing Station at the Plano Bridal Show this September and was such a big hit that we decided to offer it for free for all future rentals.

Next to the photo booth, there will be a kiosk that allows the photo booth users to share their favorites through social media such as Facebook and Twitter along with the ability to email the photos to themselves and there’s even an option to send the photos through MMS messaging.  (text message).

The system works fast enough on a decent wifi connection that as soon as you leave the photo booth the pictures are already at the sharing station.

I find this solution much more appealing for the event guests in that the traffic through the photo booth does not get slowed down by other systems that allow users to share photos from within the booth.  Folks that initially chose not to share their photos at first will be able to go back and share without having to use the booth again.

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Social Shots featured in Crave Dallas Book

Social Shots Photo Booth and owner Angela Pasetes have been featured in the Crave Dallas Second Edition Book! Crave Dallas is described as “The Urban Girls Manifesto: The ultimate guide to women-owned businesses in the Dallas metropolitan area, featuring entrepreneurs YOU need to know.” If you would like to purchase a copy they will be for sale on the website the week after Thanksgiving. You can read more about the Crave Dallas book here. Photography by Catie Ronquillo.

Transcript: Social Shots Photo Booth McKinney, TX Entertaining. Memorable. Nostalgic. Social Shots offers unique photo and video booth rentals for weddings, holiday parties, birthdays and corporate events. A modern design paired with the old-school charm of a traditional photo booth embedded with the latest technology enables guests to enjoy unlimited photos, HD video messaging, silly props, the fun of building a one-of-a-kind guestbook and DVD as a lasting keepsake.

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