Pixie dust alert! They say stepping through the park turnstiles brings out the kid in all of us and it just got a little harder to grow up. There is a brand new PhotoPass magic shot at both Disneyland Park and Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World. The shot can be taken right at the entrance of the theme park. The first photo stop for many of us, right in front of Mickey Floral is now just a little more magical with our favorite boy who can fly, Peter Pan. The pixie dust occurs when a photographer with the Disney PhotoPass service takes your magical photo in just the right spot. While you might not see Peter Pan when you take the picture you will see him flying around in your photo when you look later.
PhotoPass is the photo service at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Professional photographers are stationed around the theme parks ready to snap a high-quality photo of you and those traveling with you. Be sure to ask for any magic shots when you stop to take a photo. Then, with a quick scan of your app or MagicBand you go off on your way to enjoy your day and the photos magically appear later on in your Disneyland or My Disney Experience App. PhotoPass is a wonderful way to help you get out from behind your camera and into the picture. PhotoPass comes along with your MaxPass purchase at Disneyland and is part of the Memory Maker photo package at Walt Disney World.
So get ready to say cheese and ask your photographer for some extra pixie dust in your photos.
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