I spent a lot of time in photo booths from age 14 in 1990, up until 2005 or so when I seemed to stop being around them with other people.
In high school, any time I had the family car and friends around I'd tear over to the only photo booth in town at Zellers, and spent the $2 and 3 minutes for 4 poses.
The majority of the photos in black and white are from the 1990s in North Bay. At least some of the solo shots were taken to use on campaign posters when I ran for school president. I wasn't a total narcissistic fiend, but I think I was an early pioneer in what would soon become a global past-time.
The colour pictures are mostly taken in London, Ontario from 2000-2005. Some of the same folks pop up in both cities, such as @kathryncunningham. Also seen on Ello - @davepace. Not nearly so many folks to tag here...
The photos are posted on a poster for a summer production of Barnum that I was in, playing a clown and a screaming baby. I've re-pasted them a number of times, and recently cut up a misshapen board to get it to scanner size.
I can see my social circle dwindle somewhat as the colour photos progress. I don't think any of the couples represented here are still together. Sometimes I'd be presented with photos for the board, or split my 4 with whoever I was with.
I've lost touch with a fair number of these folks over the years as well, and some have fallen off of Facebook. During the early 2000s I took up Polaroid i-zone photography in a big way but kept on booths to fill up my board.
The last woman I dated wouldn't get into a booth for pics, perhaps leading me to consider it completed. The slot left open is for a picture I haven't taken. I was thinking of me in a photo booth holding them all up, but now I'm not so sure.