Does the GIF Booth need WiFi access?

WIFI access is required for instant download to mobile device. If WIFI is not available, then we will electronically send GIF images within 24 hours following the event to GIF participants that requested GIFs. 

Nope! It’s a simple, chic, stand-alone photobooth that uses battery power, making it ideal for outdoor events.

Does the GIF Booth need a power outlet?

Guests can instantly send the animated GIF directly to their smartphone via text message. From there, they can download and share on Facebook, other social media platforms, or to wherever your heart desires. They can even view GIFs from the same event!

How do guests get their photos?

Yes, your company, organization, or event-specific branding can be featured at every user touch point:

  • The main featured logo with a link to your website
  • A smaller logo overlay on GIFs made during the event
  • The event guest email request (optional)
  • In the short custom text message that users receive after recording their GIF
  • A hashtag specific to your event

Can the GIF booth be customized with my branding?

No, it has a slim tripod design, and needs only about 3’ x 3’ space. We recommend setting aside 6' x 4' space to allow room for guests to mill around the face of the GIF Booth! 

Will the photobooth take up a lot of room?

The GIF Booth comes with an "attendant" but it does not require super close babysitting. The GIF Booth has an iPad at the center. Guests simply touch the screen, it records an animated GIF, and guests enter their phone number to receive the GIF. There is no need for an attendant to stand right by the booth. 

Does someone need to attend the booth during the event?

There is no requirement to book a photo package with Trailing Twine Photography in order to rent.

Do I need to book a photography package to rent the Gif Booth?

No, the GIF Booth is unique compared to other photo booths because it lets guests instantly save GIFs to their phone, and share the photos on social media. 

Can guests print photos right there?

A GIF is simply a photo that moves — it’s an animated image. 

What is a GIF?