Depending on the vendor, a virtual photo booth can be a stand-alone microsite or it can be integrated into a virtual event platform. Some virtual booths require users to download a proprietary app.
Instead of designing your own, some companies offer preset themes for virtual photo booths.
Camera shy? Attendees can upload a favorite selfie instead of snapping a real-time pic of themselves.
Be sure to promote the virtual photo booth before and during the event, and make it easily accessible for attendees to find. Also, consider marketing your event by asking staff, speakers, and presenters to snap a photo and include a call to action such as “join me” with a R.S.V.P. link in the lead-up to the event.
Some companies use AI to remove the background from attendees’ photos and replace it with a customized visual.
Digital stickers can serve as an alternative to IRL props. Just like you might sport a pair of fancy glasses, users can place custom stickers onto their photos to personalize them.
Most services allow you to collect email addresses and other user data through a virtual booth.
Ask your vendor if the photos can be printed and sent to guests after the event.
Working remotely? Update your company headshots using a virtual photo booth service.