While there’s more you can customize for your booth, most people are excited to dive into customizing what the pictures will look like.

Update these settings in the "design" panel in your app.


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The photo design panel selections customize the booth's default settings.

When participants approach the booth, they will initially take their picture(s) with these settings.

If you choose, you can allow guests to edit the photos by enabling tools within your photo editing panel.


Layout

Choose from a list of picture layouts, including classic photo strips and motion-based layouts.

Still layouts

Choose from a single-frame layout or a variety of other combinations.

Motion layouts

We offer two GIF layouts.

  • The GIF allows you to select between 2-6 frames and adjust how quickly the frames will play. The countdown seconds that you select in your start screen panel will reset before each new frame is taken.

  • The Live GIF has 6 frames and always plays at the fastest setting, which cannot be adjusted. The countdown seconds will only appear before the very first frame and the rest are taken in rapid succession. The result is that it looks a bit more like a short video than the standard GIF.

Filters

Choose from a wide range of filter effects to apply to the photos.

Crop

Choose between a square or circle crop, or leave your photos in portrait or landscape mode. Simply rotate the iPad to switch between screen orientations!

Margins & Corners

Use the margins and corner sliders to select margin thickness and how rounded the corners are.

Logos

Classic supports adding a logo to your layout to make the photos your own.

The logo can be placed above, to the side, or below your layout.

Margins Background Color

Update the color that fills in the margins with a color wheel.


Pro Tips:

  • Change your preview image: Use the "Change Image" button above your picture preview in order to swap out the image displayed on your layout preview.

  • Make sure your logo is the right size for your layout: Pick your layout type and crop before you design your logo.

    The recommended size, found below the logo upload button, will automatically adjust after you update the layout & crop.

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