- Start capturing the memories early in your stay. Be sure to get your first Disney’s PhotoPass photo taken in the first park you visit to mark the start of your vacation. Photopass photographers are located in each park.
- Keep your Disney’s PhotoPass card in a safe, accessible location. Just in case your card gets lost, write down the 16-digit number from the back so you’re sure to have it handy when you’re ready to view your photos.
- If your party splits up, each person can have their own card. It’s easy to combine multiple cards into one account online
- In general, you’ll find the photographers near the park entrances, main icons and at the majority of Disney character meet and greet locations
- The photographers will take multiple poses at each location to ensure that you get a great variety. Let them help position your party and allow them to take the candid moments as well as the more traditional portrait-style shots.
- Once you get back home, try adding borders or character signatures to your photos. You can also crop your photos and save them to increase the total number of photos that will appear in your account.
- Other Photo Locations: Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon and Disney’s Blizzard Beach, Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, and Select Dining Locations: Cinderella’s Royal Table, Princess Storybook Dining at Akershus, Chef Mickey’s, Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show, ‘Ohana, Mickey’s Backyard Barbecue and the Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue Dinner Show
Friday, April 27, 2012
PhotoPass Tips & General Info
by Jennifer Dowlingjen@mouseworldtravel.com