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Disney has been shifting towards new and creative prop shots for its PhotoPass service over the last year and today they’ve just announced some more exciting new options for Disney World guests. Since the sun goes down especially early this time of year the PhotoPass service is offering some new lantern props which take advantage of the low light and offer some really unique looking photos.
Here are some examples of the glowing lanterns and props you will find:
Tangled Lantern in Disney’s Magic Kingdom:
Rivers of Light in Disney’s Animal Kingdom:
Lotus Blossom in Epcot’s China Pavilion:
Fanatsyland Disney’s Magic Kingdom:
Morocco Pavilion Epcot:
Mad Tea Party Disney’s Magic Kingdom:
Guests who wish to get photos with these lantern props can purchase individual photos for $16.95 each. Otherwise you can take as many PhotoPass photos as you want with the Memory Maker package for $169 for your Walt Disney World vacation or a One Day Memory Maker package with unlimited shots just that day for $69.
To me this is a great addition and the more Disney continues to add props and unique photo opportunities, the better! As an Annual Passholder I love the Memory Maker service and am always taking loads of photos in the parks when visiting. If you are interested in taking a lot of photos with your family around the parks and you are going to be in Walt Disney World for at least 5 days, then I find the Memory Maker package a good buy. Go crazy and load up on them!
I want to know what you think about the new nighttime props with PhotoPass….
- Do you like the trend of using more props in photos?
- Which one is your favorite?
Let us know in the comments section below!
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