1. Enable Filters
Enable Filters to let the user select a filter for their shots. The filters will be applied after the session is done and the user will be shown a preview of their shots with the actual filter applied.
Note: To have the user select the filter before the session has started, use the Layout Selection feature in the "Display" Tab. For example, create an event setting with only Color Filter enabled, and another with only B&W Filter enabled. Then Make your Layout Selection screen so the user can select Color or B&W.
2. Select Filters
By turning off certain filters, you can limit the filters the user has to select from.
3. Advanced Filters
Add an advanced filter to your photo. Advanced filters are much slower than traditional filters are will require additional processing time. You can only have one advanced filter enabled or the system might lag out.
4. Allow Only 1 Filter to be Printer per Session
Checking this option will make sure users can't go back and forth to the Filter Selection screen to select new filters to print. Once they print 1 filter, they can select another filter to upload, but not to print.
5. Custom Filters
Use Photoshop Droplets to add in a custom filter to each photo. Check out this article on how to create your own droplet:
For more information on how to add your droplet to Social Booth, visit our blog post: http://www.photoboothsolutions.com/blog/2015/11/custom-photo-booth-filters-in-social-booth
By using Snapchat's Snap Camera application, you can now use live augmented reality in Social Booth. You can even create your own filters for your client.
- Download and install Snap Camera here.
- Start Snap Camera and select your webcam source. Snap Camera only supports webcam and not DSLRs.
- Select some of your favorite filters by clicking on the star.
- Go into the Favorites menu.
- Edit the hotkeys to switch between your favorite filters
- Use your number pad 1-8 (you might need to plug in a keyboard) to assign hotkeys. Do not use your regular number at the top of your keyboard; it must be on the keypad. The maximum number of filters supported by Social Booth is 8.
- Open Social Booth and select “Snap Camera” as your webcam source. You may also want to enable “Pause After Shot” to allow the user to change filters in between shots.