Friday, 30 October 2009


We have badges! Thanks to the wonderful people at Button Badges for a speedy turnaround and an absolutley fabulous product.

These will be available to buy at our events... contact us if you want to be on the mailing list.

Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Sepia tones...

A few pre-party strips, with the aid of our newly acquired prop box!

Our strips still sport a sort of sepia tone, which bothers me slightly but it's fine for now (and actually other people think it's great!) Also we have managed to get rid of the white borders, but consequently we have overlapping frames. Again, nothing major to worry about; I have to keep remembering that we are our worst critics! Our guests on Sunday won't notice anything.

So we are pretty much ready for the party - there has been so much to organise. Tim from is going to be in town this weekend so hopefully we are going to get to meet before the party so that he can iron out any problems we may have. Bring it on!

Thursday, 22 October 2009

Party! Party! Party!

After pouring all our cash into getting the photobooth up and running, we have somewhat neglected the outside... and it's not looking too pretty. So we need your help. Come to our fundraiser on 1st November - £5 suggested donation, which includes as many booth strips as you like, and dancing to your favourite rock n' roll tunes. There will of course be a cheap bar to keep those creative juices flowing...

You will then be proud in the knowledge that you have had a part in tarting up one of the ONLY analogue photobooths in London!

We are very excited to announce that Frankie V and another guest DJ will be spinning your favourite rock 'n' roll tunes from 6pm. So why not make a day of it? Get down there early, take some pics, then dance the night away...

Tuesday, 6 October 2009

The Quest for the Perfect Strip

This month we have followed the quest for the perfect strip.
Aim: clean, black and white strips, centred image, black border, cut off at the correct place.
Due to some haphazard tinkering with the camera, the flash became intermittant, and wouldn't fire for certain frames. Scary!

Then, some wierd border action... sometimes white, sometimes black, sometimes white in the middle and black on the outside...

Now, we are left with a cleanish image, but the subject is too far to the right... but we're getting there!