LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- With more than six hundred million pictures taken at Walt Disney World Resort every year, it seems as though guests to the Vacation Kingdom enjoy capturing the memory of their vacations as much as they enjoy experiencing them.
Disney's PhotoPass, which debuted in all four Walt Disney World theme parks in December, presents guests with an alternative way to capture treasured moments.
Using professional digital SLR equipment, photographers take photos of guests throughout the theme parks. Instead of receiving a paper claim ticket, guests receive a Disney's PhotoPass that links all of their vacation photos together into one online account for easy online viewing and sharing. Guests can use one PhotoPass for their entire vacation or get a new PhotoPass each time they take a photo.
Guests will be able to view, share and order their photos online at DisneyPhotoPass.com . Although Disney's PhotoPass replaces the existing photo system at Walt Disney World Resort, guests will still be able to view and buy their vacation photos at Disney Photo Centers throughout property. There is no charge for obtaining a PhotoPass or viewing or sharing photos online. The cost of ordering prints from DisneyPhotoPass.com will be similar to the cost of buying the same photo at a Disney Photo Center.
Jan 03, 2005 /