For every festival in Disney World there are usually specially themed Magic Shots for the occasion. The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival is no different.
This is a popular question that I get. The cost of Memory Maker can be off putting, especially given how much a Disney trip costs by itself. I’ve always been a fan of the Memory Maker and I’ll tell you why.
One of the bonuses to purchasing the Memory Maker is all the PhotoPass pictures you get access to. Included in those pictures are different Magic Shots taken by the photographer.
Disney PhotoPass Day happens on August 19. The day will be marked with lots of different character experiences and photo opportunities.
One of the really fun parts about the Disney PhotoPass system is the Magic Shots that are available. You can usually tell which ones you are going to get by the poses the cast members have you make, but not always.
Disney held this event for the first time last year and people really enjoyed it. So it’s not surprising that they have decided to bring the event back this year.
The Memory Maker is a way for people to capture memories by having all their pictures in one place. It includes pictures taken by PhotoPass photographers, ride pictures and videos, and pictures with the fun Magic Shots. It’s a popular addition to vacations and now it is going to cost more.
On the heels of the successful light up lantern PhotoPass picture, Disney has added a PhotoPass prop in Epcot too. You can find this new picture opportunity in the China Pavilion.
I won’t keep you in suspense, it’s here to stay! It sounds as if the test of the photo opportunity was very successful and Disney has decided to keep it around.
Memory Maker is a great way for guests to make sure everyone gets in the picture. PhotoPass photographers are located all over property waiting to take your picture.