Any Digital Photo Booth using low-grade equipment, namely cheap cameras or Inkjet printers, do create poor quality photos. Inkjet photos emerge wet, smudgey, and the images themselves look unrealistic up close. Inkjets are useful printers in their own right, but they’re just not intended for photographic printing. Since these prints have also proven to fade and distort over time, Inkjets have given the photo booth industry the stigma for producing poor quality, and fading photos.
Fact. Precision dye-sublimation is the ultimate in photo booth printing and creates pictures with professional, photo-lab quality results. Dye-sublimation pictures are dry, less vulnerable to scratches, fading and distortion, and are archival.
So, is the rumor Fact or Fiction? The answer lies in the specific Photo Booth equipment being used. You may never see this equipment, but what’s tucked behind the camera lens… is actually more important than you think!