Disney’s PhotoPass 101 - What You Need to Know

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5. Make the most of photo ops all over the Disney World Resort.

Now that you know about the PhotoPass system at Disney World, you’ll want to make the most of opportunities to pose for pictures with your family and friends all over the resort. PhotoPass photographers set up in various places in the four theme parks, and you can even find them at Disney Springs from time to time. They are usually present at scheduled character encounters, and they even play a role in some of the character dining experiences. One of the most fun pics to pose for is in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom near the Tangled-themed restrooms. In the evening, weather permitting, just across from the restrooms, you will find a PhotoPass photographer and a line forming to have pictures taken. That’s because you and your family can have your picture taken as you hold an illuminated lantern. The light from the lantern against a backdrop of nighttime make for some very memorable photos indeed.

6. You can do a lot with those photos.

Once you’re home from your magical trip, you will be able to do several things with the photos that were taken by the PhotoPass photographers. If you purchased Memory Maker, you’ll have access to those photos instantly. You will be able to upload or import your photos to your smartphone, laptop, tablet and more. You can also purchase photo gifts online. Photos that you upload or import to use in a photo gift will be available for 45 days after you import them. If you need them for longer, you can purchase an expiration extension which will make your uploaded pictures available for 60 days after you upload them. To see the expiration date for each photo, open the My Disney Experienceapp and click on a photo to enlarge it. Underneath the photo, you will find the expiration date.

7. If you need help, just ask.

If you ever have questions about Disney’s PhotoPass system, or if you encounter any problems or concerns, help is never far away. There are PhotoPass kiosks at each theme park and also at Disney Springs. At the kiosks you can speak with someone in person about your PhotoPass issues. If you have questions or concerns once you’re back home, don’t worry. You can still get help by visiting www.DisneyPhotoPass.comor by calling (407) 560-4300.

By Becky






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