(This happened last month at the Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon.)
He’s full of trickery I’ve found.
Ha – yes!
Is this SB’s first photobooth? How exciting! 🙂
I think so! He needs a little more practice I think, perhaps with some of his Uglyfriends next time.
And maybe some accessories. Hats, scarves, etc! 😀
LTSB and HGSB prove that scarves on Sailor Babos are a fine look.
Maybe he should get closer to the camera. I don’t know where the focus is on those, but an out of focus just eyeballs and teeth would still be good.
Haha! Eyeballs and teeth would be good!
Hah! Great set of Pictures Sailor Babo!
I have an insane amount of photobooth pictures from my late teens early 20’s. NONE of them cost $4!!!
I’d love to see some of your photobooth shots some time! (You’ve seen Amelie, right?)
These days you can pay for a photobooth with a credit card. I’ll bet a big chunk of the charge is the bank’s credit card processing fee.
They’re six dollars at the tourist traps in San Francisco! But I don’t think it was a waste. The pictures remind me of a postmodern gallery show. 🙂
Whoa! So San Francisco’s real estate market isn’t the only thing that is way more expensive than here! Oo, I like the idea of Sailor Babo as a postmodern artist!
Wow, I remember when it was one dollar.
Pix of Sailor Babo are never a waste.
I don’t even remember doing photo booth pictures in my youth. The technology was probably too advanced for Cecil County, Maryland and Kennebec County, Maine, at least back then.
WOW – that looks like a REAL vintage strip… developed on real photo paper. Can’t find any booths like that in Hawaii any more… they’re all digital with the dye-sub printers. In addition to having Sailor Babo, the strip is a keeper because it’s already an antique!
I had no idea! It is definitely on real photo paper, and was still drying when the machine spewed it out.
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