IN THE SPOTLIGHT: DISNEY’S PHOTOPASS

Once you get your card, it might be a good idea to take a picture of the back of the card with your phone just in case it gets lost. Then, just simply hand the photographer your card and strike a pose! The service is free and you can take as many pictures as you’d like. Photographers are located at most major attractions and “photo op” spots, as well as character meet-and-greets. They will all have PhotoPass Vests, but not all will look as cool as our photographer:

Once you get back to our hotel after a long day, You can connect to our free Wi-fi then log on to Disney’s PhotoPass website. From there you can view your pictures and order prints. The pictures stay on the website for up to 30 days, so the best thing to do is to get a multi-day pass to Disneyland and Disney California Adventure and take as many pictures as you possibly can. At the end of your trip, just order the Photopass CD which will have all your pictures on it for one price, then you can print them from home!

Pleasant Pics,
Snapshot Tommy

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