With the photo booth cash control system it is possible to add a cash system to the Breeze DSLR Remote Pro photo booth software (or NKRemote, or Webcam Photobooth, or PSRemote) and charge money for printing photos. The photo booth cash control system package consists of the CONTROL software and a CASH-Interface2 (photo booth edition), plus cables to interface cash devices like coin and bill validator, push buttons and lamps for illumination. CONTROL software: The CONTROL software monitors the CASH-Interface2 and is able to control the photo booth software. By sending keystrokes, the Breeze DSLR Remote Pro photo booth software can be controlled. For example, a push button connected to IN1 sends a F4 to the DSLR software and starts taking picture job. A push button connected to IN2 sends a CTRL+R to the DSLR software and starts a reprint job. It is possible to just use the on screen display (OSD) buttons instead of external push buttons, so external push buttons are not necessary. In the CONTROL software itself there can be done several settings. For example set up the coin and bill validator, set the costs for a photo job, activate and set position of the on screen display (OSD), enter machine name and place, activate e-mail the log file, windows security and other settings. While the photo booth machine is in action, the CONTROL software is running invisible in the background. With enough credits the OSD buttons and push buttons at IN1 and IN2 are active. If the DSLR is running the green LED is lit and the complete window title is shown on bottom line. This way we can detect the state of the DSLR software, e.g. welcome, ready, taking, processing, and so on, and send needed key strokes to the photo booth software.