Photo Booth is an image capture application that uses a Mac computer’s built-in iSight camera and comes pre-installed with all Mac computers. Every Mac computer also comes with the Spotlight Search utility pre-installed. This utility allows you to find applications, files, and other data stored on the computer. If you want to find the Photo Booth app, you can quickly do it with the Spotlight search utility.
1. Click the magnifying glass icon in the computer menu bar to open the Spotlight search bar. Alternatively, you can press the “Apple” key and hit the “space” bar.
2. Type “Photo Booth” in the Spotlight search bar. The spotlight will now bring up a list of files and applications that match the search criteria.
3. Click the “Show All” option to reveal all of the results in the Finder window. Click on the “Kind” column to sort the results by genre. Applications will be at the top of the results list.
4. Right-click on the “Photo Booth” application and select the “Open Enclosing Folder” option. This reveals the location of the applications on the computer’s hard drive.