Taking a picture in a photobooth is one of my favorite things to do, especially those old B&W photobooths, where you have to wait a few minutes before pulling the strip from the machine, so that the fan will dry it properly. And photobooths are especially fun when you’re with a friend (or friends) or loved one. So it makes sense that since the inception of the photobooth, people haven’t only brought two-legged friends and lovers to sit with them in these nifty, narrow contraptions, but have brought along their furry, four-legged friends, too. Photobooth Dogs, a new book published by Chronicle Books, compiles more than 100 vintage images of people and their dogs taken in photobooths. The book’s creator, Cameron Woo, is the co-founder and art director of Berkeley-based dog mag, The Bark. In fact, many of the images found in Photobooth Dogs were from Woo’s personal collection, culled from photos found at flea markets, antique stores, and online, but some were also garnered by Woo when he invited Bark readers to send in contributions.