SnapShot Studio Professional
SnapShot Studio Professional
1.8

5.0

SnapShot Studio Professional

SnapShot Studio Professional

1.813 April 2015

Professional photo booth software (was SnapShot Studio Photo Booth).

SnapShot Studio Professional
$399.99
13 April 2015

5.0

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SnapShot Studio Professional

SnapShot Studio Professional

1.813 April 2015

Professional photo booth software (was SnapShot Studio Photo Booth).

Overview

SnapShot Studio Professional (was SnapShot Studio Photo Booth) is a more than a breeze to set up. It is a powerful photo booth solution for Mac. Finally - a professional photo booth that is as easy to set up as it is fun to use!

Features

Global Features:

  • Set shutter count down interval.
  • Set "Ready" message Delay interval.
  • Show/Hide cursor (for touch screen use).
  • Webcam Support (For Mac OS, camera settings are directly accessible though Preferences Window).
  • DSLR PTP Remote Capture.
  • Play/Mute coundown and shutter sounds.
  • Toggle Setup Wizard On/Off.
  • Set Administrator Password to protect from unauthorized access to preferences or quitting application.
  • Toggle available print layouts on/off.
  • Create, Delete, and Edit Print Layouts.
  • Print Counter.

Photo Booth Capture Window:

  • Layout Features
  • Base your print layout off of 14 presets.
  • Name your print layout.
  • Choose Save Destination of your composited and individual photos.
  • Toggle Printing on/off.
  • Toggle dupliate printing on/off.
  • Set duplicate print count.
  • Use your own custom thumbnail for print layout display.
  • Set custom page overlay, background, and banners.
  • Apply green screen masking to individual images.
  • Apply color adjustment and effects like sepia, black/white, auto-levels adjust, duo tones.

What's new in SnapShot Studio Professional

Version 1.8:

Note: SnapShot Studio Professional is currently on sale for $349.99..

New
  • [Canon] Added compatibility for EOS 7D mk ii
  • [Nikon] Added compatibility for D4s, D750, and D810 DSLRs.
  • [Nikon] If media card is present, images will automatically save to camera's media card.
  • [Nikon] AF detection per session added.
  • Added User selectable encryption for mail delivery (SSLv2,SSLv3, and TLS)
Updated
Fixed
  • Live View for Nikon D5200 should now work.
  • First attempt to correct shutter Lag with Nikon D700: Disabled Shoot mode checking.

Requirements for SnapShot Studio Professional

  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

6 Reviews

Rate this app:

27 January 2011

Most helpful

You have to install this via a .pkg file (sketchy), and during the install in launches the Terminal and does something weird and closes the Terminal right away. That's a bit sketchy to me. Apps shouldn't need to be messing with the Terminal to install. Subsequently, I immediately trashed the program and all associated files I could find. I'm not messing with this. It's too suspicious.
Like (3)
Version 0.8.1
25 October 2015
Amazing software for PROFESSIONALS - worth every penny - use it often for all my gigs. Works like a charm! Great customer support.
Like
Version 1.8
05 November 2012
Like
Version 0.9.19
29 August 2012
A good quality digital camera would be around that price and the photos will be way better than any webcam photos. $299 for the app for webcam? It's better be producing better quality than shooting with a Hasselblad.
Like (1)
Version 0.9.19
05 May 2011
Very cheap indeed !
Like (1)
Version 0.9.0
04 May 2011
A bit too pricey for my budget
Like (2)
Version 0.9.0
1 answer(s)
info-333
20 November 2014
The software is geared towards professionals. I own a photobooth. This software was paid using one gig. Its too pricey for people who use this as a toy. This is a professional software that otherwise can make you money if you know how to use it properly.
Like
27 January 2011
You have to install this via a .pkg file (sketchy), and during the install in launches the Terminal and does something weird and closes the Terminal right away. That's a bit sketchy to me. Apps shouldn't need to be messing with the Terminal to install. Subsequently, I immediately trashed the program and all associated files I could find. I'm not messing with this. It's too suspicious.
Like (3)
Version 0.8.1
2 answer(s)
Allen Christopher, Inc.
02 March 2011
SnapShot Studio Photo Booth uses Apple's own installer, PackageMaker, which is used to install ALL of Apple's titles- Nothing "sketchy" here. A shell script launches during post-install to do two things: • Archive old preferences that may not be compatible with your installed version. • Set correct privileges to the app and preferences. SnapShot Studio Photo installs its executable files in your /Applications/ Folder. SnapShot Studio Photo Booth installs preference files in your ~/Library/Preferences/SnapShot Studio Photo Booth/ folder. If there were anything questionable about my app, it would not have been approved by the good folks here @ MacUpdate. Should anyone have any questions, you can always contact me via email (listed in my profile) or via my site: http://www.allenchristopher.com/contact.php
Like
ultratiem
14 October 2011
Privileges should be set by the installer (read Xcode's Package Maker). As for running a shell script, that's a bit coarse from a coding perspective (for reasons outline my Ilovemymac). Better to add that function right into the app on first launch. It looks a lot better than having Terminal flash up after install. That's just sloppy actually...
Like (2)
$399.99

5.0

Category:

Graphics and Design

Photography

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 4,260 times

$399.99

5.0

Category:

Graphics and Design

Photography

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 4,260 times

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6 Reviews

Rate this app:

27 January 2011

Most helpful

You have to install this via a .pkg file (sketchy), and during the install in launches the Terminal and does something weird and closes the Terminal right away. That's a bit sketchy to me. Apps shouldn't need to be messing with the Terminal to install. Subsequently, I immediately trashed the program and all associated files I could find. I'm not messing with this. It's too suspicious.
Like (3)
Version 0.8.1
25 October 2015
Amazing software for PROFESSIONALS - worth every penny - use it often for all my gigs. Works like a charm! Great customer support.
Like
Version 1.8
05 November 2012
Like
Version 0.9.19
29 August 2012
A good quality digital camera would be around that price and the photos will be way better than any webcam photos. $299 for the app for webcam? It's better be producing better quality than shooting with a Hasselblad.
Like (1)
Version 0.9.19
05 May 2011
Very cheap indeed !
Like (1)
Version 0.9.0
04 May 2011
A bit too pricey for my budget
Like (2)
Version 0.9.0
1 answer(s)
info-333
20 November 2014
The software is geared towards professionals. I own a photobooth. This software was paid using one gig. Its too pricey for people who use this as a toy. This is a professional software that otherwise can make you money if you know how to use it properly.
Like
27 January 2011
You have to install this via a .pkg file (sketchy), and during the install in launches the Terminal and does something weird and closes the Terminal right away. That's a bit sketchy to me. Apps shouldn't need to be messing with the Terminal to install. Subsequently, I immediately trashed the program and all associated files I could find. I'm not messing with this. It's too suspicious.
Like (3)
Version 0.8.1
2 answer(s)
Allen Christopher, Inc.
02 March 2011
SnapShot Studio Photo Booth uses Apple's own installer, PackageMaker, which is used to install ALL of Apple's titles- Nothing "sketchy" here. A shell script launches during post-install to do two things: • Archive old preferences that may not be compatible with your installed version. • Set correct privileges to the app and preferences. SnapShot Studio Photo installs its executable files in your /Applications/ Folder. SnapShot Studio Photo Booth installs preference files in your ~/Library/Preferences/SnapShot Studio Photo Booth/ folder. If there were anything questionable about my app, it would not have been approved by the good folks here @ MacUpdate. Should anyone have any questions, you can always contact me via email (listed in my profile) or via my site: http://www.allenchristopher.com/contact.php
Like
ultratiem
14 October 2011
Privileges should be set by the installer (read Xcode's Package Maker). As for running a shell script, that's a bit coarse from a coding perspective (for reasons outline my Ilovemymac). Better to add that function right into the app on first launch. It looks a lot better than having Terminal flash up after install. That's just sloppy actually...
Like (2)