A photo booth is an attraction that can appeal to anyone for any reason. A group of teenagers may want to use a photo booth to take fun pictures at their prom, while adults at a class reunion may want to use a photo booth to help relive some of their memories. When you have a diverse group of customers that uses your photo booths, you need to understand that each group has its own special requirements. If you want to enhance the fun your customers have with your booth, then you need to give the customers what they want based on who they are.
While you would not expect unsupervised children to be using your photo booths, it is also important to realize that sometimes parents can get distracted. That is why you should have a dedicated person working your photo booth when children are around to help protect your booth, and show the children how to use the booth as well.
Kids love to dress up, which is why you should have costumes and props available to enhance their photo booth experience. You will also want to remember to remove any of the more adult-oriented backdrops and editing options you have when you know that children will be using your booth.
Teens can be a difficult group because they can often be unpredictable. You do not necessarily need someone to monitor your photo booth at all times when teens are around, but it may not be a bad idea to check in a few times an hour to make sure everything is working and the paper and ink are in plentiful supply.
A good laminated instruction sheet printed in large print would be ideal for teens, as it can help them to explore the photo booth on their own while understanding how it works. Remember to make sure that your social media software is functioning because teens will want to share their pictures online.
Some adults are adventurous and want to try something new, and others are hesitant to step into a photo booth because they are not familiar with them. If you have a photo booth that fits the occasion, then you are more apt to get adults interested in using it. For example, bringing one of our wedding-based photo booths to a wedding reception could turn out to be the best decision you have ever made.
Another thing to remember about adult customers is that they may be more interested in printing pictures than teens. It is a good idea to check the supplies on your photo booths frequently to make sure that you do not run out of the paper and ink that adults will need to enjoy your photo booth.
When you understand your customers, then you can do more to protect your photo booths and enhance the way your customers enjoy them. A good business owner spends time getting to understand their customers, and then devises ways to drive more revenue with their photo booths by giving the customers exactly what they want.