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Sunday, January 2, 2011

The Making of Magic Photos With Disney Photopass

One of the reasons we return often to Walt Disney World is that provide services that put a lot of vacation into your vacation.  And one way they do that is by providing Photopass photographers to capture your vacation memories.   Click here to read more about Disney's Photopass Service.


 On our last trip, we stopped to capture some photos at the Magic Kingdom with a Photopass Photographer.  Since we had pre-purchased the Photopass CD at a significant savings--click here to read more-- the more photos we had taken the more value in the Photopass CD.

So after the family photos were taken, the Photopass Photographer pulled the boy aside to take more photos that would eventually become Magic Photos.  (Click here to read more about Magic Photos.)


As you can see in the photos above, Tinkerbell made a surprise appearance in the Magic Photos.  But that is not who/what the boy thought was going to be in the photos.  Check out the video below to see how the photos are captured and who the boy thought was going to appear in the Magic Photos.



Even when you pre-purchase your Photopass CD, you can edit your photos on-line prior to the CD being made and mailed to you.  The photo below shows one of the many enhancements available on-line with Disney Photopass. 


Note:  We pre-ordered both the Photopass CD and Custom Cover Photopass Book for our last trip.  We had difficulty with the book--sometimes the site was difficult to manage/navigate and while the order was placed early in December, I e-mailed and called about the book when it hadn't been shipped after 2 weeks.  The book did finally arrive.  So, we will continue to pre-order the Photopass CD.  As far as making photo memory books, I will use Picaboo--using the photos from the Disney Photopass CD!

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