The Disney Photopass is a photography service available to all visiting WDW. Photopass photographers are conveniently placed at iconic locations throughout the parks and are willing and ready to capture a new memory. These photos are easily accessible on the My Disney Experience mobile app where you can create and customize gifts and accessories with your photos to make keepsakes for friends and family.
The Disney Photopass service also offers a fun and creative option called the Magic Shot. Magic Shots add Disney characters and other fun items to your photo that only appear after the photo is taken. From putting Remy in the palm of your hand to seeing Figment flying above your head, the Magic Shot is Disney magic at its finest!
Disney Photopass has debuted a few photo options and Magic Shots themed after the jolly holiday season!
Guests visiting the Magic Kingdom this winter can light their way with Tinkerbell flying about in a golden lantern near Cinderella’s Castle. This is an especially beautiful photo at night with the frozen castle lights illuminating the surroundings.
Guests can also experience a Magic Shot on Main Street, U.S.A when toy soldiers march through their photo!
Lastly, you might even have a surprise encounter with a gingerbread man and one of Santa’s reindeer if you get your picture taken near the entrance of the Magic Kingdom.
Capture memories in the most magical place on Earth during the most wonderful time of the year with these new Disney Photopass and Magic Shot options!
Toy Soldiers will march into your photo on Main Street, U.S.A.! 🎄✨ pic.twitter.com/kwUelglPyJ
— DisneyPhotoPass (@DisneyPhotoPass) November 28, 2018
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