Disney is always coming up with new photo services for the guests coming to Walt Disney World, and today they announced the Disney PhotoPass service is now on Instagram. Some of the best Disney PhotoPass photos will be chosen from the parks and then post them on Instagram for you to see.
The Disney PhotoPass photographers are really good and some of our best Disney photos have come from them. It will be a good place to see all the PhotoPass service options available on your visit to Walt Disney World, and give you ideas for your upcoming trip!
Some of the PhotoPass shots include: props, Magic Shots, light painting, attraction photos, virtual backdrops, special lenses, and even photos in front of beautiful walls.
Guests will then have the opportunity to share them with the Disney PhotoPass Instagram account using #DisneyPhotoPass for a chance to be featured on the Disney social media pages!
The way it’s written it seems like the only way your photos will get shared by they Disney Instagram account is if you choose to tag your photos using the #DisneyPhotoPass. It doesn’t seem like they will just choose photos of your family from the photographers. That’s important because a lot of guests I think would view it as a violation of privacy if one day they just find themselves on the Instagram account. But if first they must be tagged by the guests themselves then I think it’s a really cool idea.
I don’t think it pushes you over the edge if you aren’t already using the PhotoPass service, but it’s a cool added touch to make guests feel more connected while visiting the parks and should be a cool feature for anyone using PhotoPass already.
I want to know what you think about the Disney PhotoPass on Instagram. Do you think it’s a good idea for guests? Let us know in the comments section below!
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News Source: Disney Parks Blog