5 Replies to “Photo Booth”

  1. This is a really great picture! For a moment I thought you were all lying down on the floor and that the camera was facing down, but from the light you can see that’s not the case… perspective and colors are a bit odd, but that just adds to it. I don’t know if you adjusted the colors, but this picture looks a lot older than it is, like from the seventies 🙂

  2. What a great picture! You all look so happy–it’s a pleasure to see. (In case you’re wondering this is Susan’s friend Mimi who was at your wedding. Every so often when “drycamp” is drier than usual I wander over into the link into your website which I always find fascinating.)

  3. Awwww, reminds me of a similar set of pictures with my mum and dad when I was little. Way back when the machines used to produce a strip of 4 black and white pictures in a single column and digital hadn’t even been heard of. That would be about 30 years ago now – great to see that tradition maintained.

  4. The colours here are a little bit Photoshopped–on the original they were even more washed-out and seventies-like.

    It is a good little snap, though. Alex and I have occasionally stopped off at a photo booth to get a strip of pictures of just the two of us, but this is the first time we’ve squeezed the whole family into a booth. Maybe it’ll turn into a regular thing 🙂

  5. I know what you mean about the colours. We (me and the wife and kids) got photos for our passports in the machine in our local Asda-Walmart and we looked even pastier than our normal scottish blue tinged skin.

    And for some reason I ended up with brown eyes (they’re actually blue) which I hope won’t cause me problems when I use my passport.

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