CHRISTMAS PHOTOBOOTH 101

We are goons. Christmas goons I guess. Melissa Jill, Stephanie fay, Alex Evjen and Steph bouck and I did our own little Christmas photobooth the other night at Melissa’s house. It was a perfect event to get us in the Christmas spirit. haha.

Now, there are a few things you need in order to have a successful Christmas photobooth. Here they are:

1. TAPE, SCISSORS, STREAMERS, (or wrapping left overs), & a BLANK WALL.
2. COOKIES & YUMMIES

3. SILLY FESTIVE COSTUMES & DECORATIONS
4. LITTLE DOGS
5. SOME HANDY HELPERS
6. A FIRE PLACE & MUSIC

7. FUN FRIENDS
8. A CAMERA (We used a Canon 5d, and an off camera soft box light)
9. ENTERTAINING SITUATIONS: Make up situations and circumstances and have everyone act them out. Instruct your friends to do silly things. It will be a good laugh!!

See more photos from this shoot in the flickr set.

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