D3100 and photobooth software?

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    Sorry if i posted this in the incorrect place. But I am attempting to put together a photobooth for my wedding with my D3100 but im having troubling finding compatable software for this camera. I found one program called photoboof that worked great but requires nikon camera control which doesnt support the d3100. I did find a 3rd party program called diyphotobits that will take pictures from my computer but wont work along side any photobooth software. any help would be appreciated.
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    Welcome to the forum.

    What exactly are you trying to set up. I've set up a few wedding photo booths and never needed any software. If it's a 'manned' booth, you just have someone there to take the photos. And if it's an 'unmanned' booth, you just set the camera to self timer and use a remote shutter release (short cord works great). They press the button then get into place as the camera counts down.
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    with the software it has the ability to take multiple photos and put them together in a collum of 3-4 photos and print out 2 collums of the same pictures on a 4x6 which can be cut in half either by hand or automaticaly by a very exspensive printer. which leaves one printed out copy for the guest and one for us. having it set up with just a button with the camera would work but we want the traditional print out of a photo booth without renting one out.
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    OH...you want to print the photos.
    Typically we don't do that on-site.

    Although, I've shot a wedding or two where they just rented an actual photo booth.

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