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Disney PhotoPass Photographers Stay on the Move to Capture Your Disney Experience

Emily Southard

by , Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Not long after stepping into a Disney Park, you’ll soon realize there are so many stunning photo opportunities that you could probably spend the entire day just taking photos. And when you’re wearing your favorite Mickey Mouse or Minnie Mouse Ears, any and every moment is photo worthy!

Disney PhotoPass Service knows that during a Disney vacation, incredible photo opportunities aren’t confined to the picturesque and iconic backdrops where PhotoPass photographers are stationed.

That’s why there’s a select number of Disney PhotoPass photographers who stay on the move! These photographers roam around the parks capturing how you enjoy the magic. Sometimes, unexpected photo opportunities create the most treasured memories from your vacation!

I adore every photo I’ve taken in front of Cinderella Castle, but my favorite photo taken by a PhotoPass photographer was of me and my family while we were sitting at a table in Magic Kingdom Park. That impromptu photo taken while we were relaxing encapsulated the delight we feel during every visit in a way no photo taken elsewhere ever has.

So keep an eye out for Disney PhotoPass photographers. When you’re enjoying a Disney vacation, every moment is worth capturing!

Comments

  • Photopass was amazing on our trip in September, we had so many great photos and loved being able to give suggestions to the photographer and have suggestions given back. 😀

    • I’m thrilled PhotoPass photographers were able to capture so many keepsakes from your visit!

  • I ADORE Photopass! Memory Maker is non-negotiable for my family every trip. Nothing is more precious than those pictures. Last year one particularly amazing photographer literally laid on his back on the ground to take a picture of my husband and me under the clock on the castle before our anniversary dinner. It is breathtaking!

    • That sounds like a gorgeous photo! I’m so happy the photographer really “put his back into it” to capture a wonderful memory!

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