Friday, January 14, 2011


My new toy, the Pocketbooth app for iPhone has been amusing me tonight, so I thought I'd share:

As you can see, Pocketbooth is an app that mimics old-time photo booths and creates strips of four photos. Lots of fun, though the shots automatically snap less than two seconds apart--sometimes not long enough to position the next shot--and there's also no option for color, or a choice of three shots instead of four. But for $.99 I'm really not complaining.  Anyway, these are just a few precious pieces of my life--Phillip, home, LOVE, and my job.

Tomorrow I'm going on a serious photo hunt, so I will bring back fresh pictures! See you then!

P.S. Above portions are crossed through because... I am a dork. Thanks to a helpful tip from "Anonymous" (see comments), I was able to open my eyes enough to find the settings button in Pocketbooth! Through the settings I have actually been able to set options such as strip size (3 or 4 poses), photo effect (antique, black and white, color, or sepia), time between shots, border color, and even paper stock (matte or glossy).
Way cool.


  1. There's a handy dandy setting to increase the time between shots. You can choose any amount of time b/t 1 and 5 seconds.

  2. You're totally right, Anon!! This is why I should get more sleep!! There is a nifty settings button which allows for choosing time between exposures, color options, strip size 3 or 4 shots), etc. I will amend this post pronto! Thanks!!