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Capture Your Moment Coming Soon to All Walt Disney World Theme Parks!

Emily Southard

by , Communications Specialist

Disney PhotoPass Service is the best way to capture photos of your Disney experience, and we’re continuing to innovate and introduce fun new offerings brought to life by our talented team of cast members.

We have so many exciting picture-perfect experiences on the horizon, but today, I want to focus on how we are growing one of our most popular experiences: Capture Your Moment.

Launched as a pilot at Magic Kingdom Park, this personalized 20-minute private photo session was so popular, we quickly expanded to Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park. Now, based on the awesome feedback we keep hearing from guests, we are thrilled to announce that Capture Your Moment is expanding to EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios!

EPCOT – Available beginning Feb. 24 

Whether you’re celebrating something special – such as a proposal, first visit, graduation or anniversary – or want to get the entire family in front of the camera to take creative family portraits, EPCOT’s World Showcase is the perfect photo backdrop!

You can choose one of the following pavilions for your photoshoot: Germany, Italy, the American Adventure, Japan or Morocco. Click here to book online now and learn more.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios – Available beginning March 21 

Disney’s Hollywood Studios is the perfect stage for you to be the star of a Capture Your Moment session!

You can head down to the Hollywood Tower Hotel to take photos around its eerie grounds, capture playful photos with Gertie (Echo Lake’s resident dinosaur), get up close with the incredible details of the Chinese Theatre’s façade, or use the colorful neon signs and art deco architecture of Hollywood Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard to evoke the golden age of Tinseltown.

Click here to book online today and learn more. 

At all four theme parks, each Capture Your Moment session is $79 and can include up to eight guests. While prints and digital downloads are not included, those with a Disney PhotoPass entitlement such as Memory Maker or Memory Maker One Day, as well as qualifying Annual Passholders with a Disney PhotoPass download benefit, can download the photos at no extra cost.*

Disney PhotoPass Service and our talented photographers are committed to creating fun, unique photography experiences for our guests. Over the past few years, we’ve introduced brand-new services and incorporated unique technology to capture vacation memories in ways you can’t find anywhere else. 

Stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog for more Disney PhotoPass Service news. 

*Wedding attire and clothing that drags on the ground are not permitted. Attire and guest-supplied props need to abide by the Park Policies found here. No refund will apply for no-shows or cancellations made less than 24 hours before the session start time. Gratuity is not necessary. Prices and services offered are subject to change. Full payment is due at time of booking. Those who wish to capture photos with a photographer for longer than 20 minutes can book additional 20-minute sessions, with each session priced at $79. Additional time must be booked in advance. Capture Your Moment is only available during regular park hours. Available session locations will be provided by your photographer at the start of your session and are subject to change based on inclement weather and park operations. Because of other guest appointments, guests arriving late to their session cannot have their session extended beyond the stated end time. Guests under 14 years old must be accompanied by an adult (18 or older). Maximum party size is 8 per session. Valid Theme Park admission and park reservations are required and not included in the session price. Photos are not included with the price of session. Prints and digital downloads can be purchased separately online at Disneyworld.com/PhotoPass. Subject to restrictions and change without notice. 

Comments

  • Was trying to book one for next week and was hoping to check for same day availability when it was priced at $50.

    I refreshed the page today and saw the price jump to $79. Leaves it less desirable to try for it now when it bumped more than half of the previous price, but I’m sure others will still pay for it.

  • Was hoping to do this next week when priced at $50, but the price jump to $79 today leaves it less desirable.

    I didn’t read anything above that changed recently aside from the expansion to other parks.

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