If you read my previous post on purchasing Memory Maker, then you have already seen a few of my family's magic shots. If you are wondering what the heck a "magic shot" is, then I'll tell you. It is simply a digitally enhanced image. The PhotoPass photographer will ask you to look a certain direction or act a particular way; so, if you've ever wanted to act at Disney, this is your chance. You may feel silly, but the more you sell it, the more you'll love the picture later on. I shared these pictures in the Memory Maker post, but these are two of my favorites where my family got to ham it up:
Below, I'll share with you my favorite Magic Shots by sorted by park. To keep up to date on what is available, check out the Disney PhotoPass Service Facebook page right before you leave for vacation. As you browse magic shots, keep in mind that, although, there are magic shots (such as the Pandora ones) that are specific to a park, there are many (e.g. the balloons, snowflake, mickey and minnie, tinkerbell, and fairy wings) that likely any PhotoPass photographer in any park can do if you ask them. For park specific shots, I added captions with where to find the PhotoPass photographers for them.
Disney Springs PhotoPass Studio
There is another often overlooked spot to utilize PhotoPass that is not even in the parks. At the Disney PhotoPass Service Studio in Disney Springs, you can choose from an almost endless number of backgrounds and utilize costumes/props they have on hand at the studio. Check out this link for the exact location.
Disney: The Most Magical Place on Earth
Disney is touted as the "Most Magical Place on Earth." Before we finally decided to take our two princesses, I thought, 'This is going to be a disappointment. There is no way Disney is going to live up to the hype.' Man, was I wrong!