Event photo booths are probably the best idea for a get together simply for the sheer fun and invigoration it gives to people. Without a photographer, people tend to let themselves be, well, themselves. Rental photo booths allow for more of a close knit time, be it at a wedding or a party. Here is some fun history about why we can let loose at parties with a photo booth.
In 1827 on a summer day, Joseph Nicephore Niepce made the first photographic image with a camera obscura. Roll film was developed by George Eastman from Kodak, and this spurred the development of small, inexpensive cameras for the middle class. Because of this, cameras, and then much later, photo booths, became an incredibly popular way to make memories that would last.
35 mm film was first manufactured in 1892. Since then cameras have come a long way of course, but the first few steps are what led to the photo booth. The first modern booth was used by 280,000 people in the first six months after it was put up. Photo booth rentals have of course skyrocketed since then, and can be used just about anywhere, by many different people.
Today we snap as many photos every two minutes as humanity as a whole did in the 1800s. With event photo booths, this does not come as much of a surprise. They can be rented for weddings, parties, family reunions, and can be bought to place at movie theaters, or malls where there are high amounts of traffic. In any case, they are a great way to let loose and have a little fun.