What is it about celebrity photos that we love so much? It’s probably the image of a glamorous life set apart from the masses. But what’s more interesting with photos of celebrities are candid shots, bloopers, and funny pictures taken of them.
And because we so love candid shots and funny photos, where else can we find them but in snap shots taken in a photo booth. Everyone would agree that there is something in a photo booth that would make anybody pose wacky, no matter how formal the occasion.
For your pleasure, here are a few nostalgic pictures of celebrities and their rare photo booth pictures.
JFK and Jackie O. Famous Photo Booth Pictures
Look up famous couples and put in the words photo booth and their picture will be there. This is just one among many rare black and white photos of the couple.
As one comment put it:
I can’t think of any couple I’ve ever know that had greater understanding of each other.
Truman Capote, Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer
Another rare photo from very famous people during their time. These legends definitely never get old. Audrey Hepburn (middle) definitely stuns with class and simply chic is never enough to describe her.
Truman Capote, (left) and Hepburn had the photo together as the former was the author of the novel “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”, with which Hepburn was the main character when the novel was made into film.
As for Truman Capote, here’s what he had to say about being in a film with Audrey in his biography:
Marilyn [Monroe] was my first choice to play Holly Golightly. I thought she would be perfect. Holly had to have something touching about her…unfinished. [But] Paramount double-crossed me in every way and cast Audrey.” – Truman Capote
This classic bomb shell, whose real name is Norma Jean Baker, seduced the camera in more ways than one. With her alluring smile quirky poses, she brought a new personality to film that until now is being copied by a lot of actresses to no avail.
Never a dull moment when taking her photos, here are a few delicious photo booth snaps of Monroe.
Known for being a great actor, producer, and narrator for his unique fatherly voice, Morgan Freeman poses on a photo booth with a few quirky shots that leave his fans wanting for more..
His roles on film are definitely far different from the photos seen here.
This photo of dreamy Elvis Presley dates back 1950. Even in black and white, he had smooth good looks to die for. I can almost hear him singing in the photo booth.