It was about a year ago that I decided to build a photobooth. I had talked to some other photographers who had them and they said it was a great experience helping people enjoy their day, and they loved doing it. I started planning it, but it was a pretty big project. I had seen a lot of photobooths that were made out of PVC pipe and bed sheets and I really wanted a high-end photobooth that would stand out. I think it makes a difference in the overall experience if you have an elegant booth instead of a pieced together do-it-yourselfer. So I did a lot of research and I had a friend help me with the woodwork. Sure I could build a case out of 2x4s and plywood, but who would want to go into that thing? What I needed was someone who specializes in finishing work, and I chose the right guy. He did a fantastic job on all the details. I researched the best cameras, printers, and touch panels and had the booth fitted for them. Now, almost a year later, the booth is finally ready to go and I couldn't be happier with the way it turned out.