One of the greatest parts of a family vacation to Walt Disney World is allowing Disney PhotoPass Photographers to capture every magical moment and letting everyone in your group get in the picture! They might even catch a glimpse of an important milestone or event, like a birthday or an engagement, happening right in front of Haunted Mansion.
Many Guests will purchase a Memory Maker which allows you to receive unlimited downloads of Disney PhotoPass pictures and video. You’ll even get to view them moments after they have been taken online or through the My Disney Experience App.
Right now, Disney is offering an amazing PhotoPass experience where a bubble lens makes Guests tower over Spaceship Earth!
Want to know more details and where to find Disney PhotoPass photographers? Disney Parks Blog states,
Before you travel the globe, be at the center of it when you capture the brand-new Tiny World Magic Shot from the Disney PhotoPass photographer located near the fountain just beyond the main entrance of EPCOT, available daily from noon to 6 p.m. (weather permitting).
If you’re planning on visiting other Disney theme parks soon, and you want to add more tiny shots to your Disney photo collection, Disney PhotoPass Photographers will be located near Star Tours in Disney’s Hollywood Studios and near the exit of It’s Tough to be a Bug! at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
What makes magic shots so special? Check out this 360-degree shot inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge where Guests look like they are actually in another galaxy!
More Magic Shot experiences!
Along with these tiny shots are also an array of exclusive magic shots to choose from including classic Magic Shots with over 40 special effects to choose from, Animated Magic Shots and even Super Zoom Magic shot videos inside Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Magic Kingdom Park. Check out this amazing Super Zoom video Disney Parks Blog shared! Can you guess where they are at first glance?
What’s your favorite Magic Shot that Walt Disney World offers? Do you use Disney PhotoPass Photographers when you visit? Let us know in the comments below!