In finding a good photo booth, never be hesitant to ask for physical samples of their prints before considering to hire one.
To put things into perspective, when you are shopping, an engagement ring, chances are that you did some online research first. Maybe have done your rounds on window shopping, hinting your picked choices to your significant other but when the temptation really is pushing, you would do anything to check that ring on your finger.
And just like with the ring, the photo booth supplier you choose should be tried on for size. Indeed, there are sources of information peers or a form of word-of-mouth, a website or a Facebook can only give you that much of information, but sometimes it is not just enough. You as a prospective client should take the opportunity to be able to physically touch and feel the prints yourself. For some, they might have an office or studio. If not, arrange for a meeting so you can meet them in person.
A photo might look insignificant at first, but what we are talking about here is your wedding. Your parents’ 50th wedding anniversary. Your much awaited 18th birthday. A low quality photo booth print will not last if your photos are printed on a low quality printer and poor printer paper. All of your pictures should take pride as they are going to be on wallets, fridges and frames and they should be as near as mint when they were first printed out not just within months when they were printed.