The best ways to remember the event is the classic traditional keepsake strip of photos. The photo booth is tradition meets entertainment. There is no better way to accessorize a guest book and entertain your guests by having a photo booth. With the common use of cell phone cameras and digital photos, the classic, fun, and perfect keepsake the photo strip. Even just being out and about with friends the photo booth keeps that memory of the day with a festive feel to it. The photo booth was invented in 1926 in Manhattan by a man named Anatol Josepho who had a small store in New York. He called it a Photomaton that was later dubbed a photo booth. It was the first coin operated photo machine that printed a set of sepia pictures for a mere twenty-five cents. People were ecstatic about this new novelty that survived the test of time like pin ball machines. They can still be found periodically at fairs amusement parks and the occasional shopping mall. None the less anyone who has had pictures taken in a photo booth can smile remembering those packed into the booth with them but the flavor of the moment is seemingly saved in that strip of pictures as well.