Photopass photographers at water parks?

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  1. luvthemansion

    luvthemansion New Member

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    Hi :) do they have photopass photographers at all the parks including the water parks?

    Do we get the photos as actual photos or are they all done on cdroms these days?
     
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    lozzy Well-Known Member

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    When we went in 2005 we got the photo pass and there was plenty of places in the water parks where photographers would take your picture, Your find photographers in every park you go to, just walk up to them and ask for your photo to be taken, they are really friendly people and take some great shots.
    You can choose to get actual photographs or cd rom, I got both.
     
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    Definately got some at the water parks. Here are a few examples:

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    here's what it says on the photopass website

    Disney's Typhoon Lagoon and Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Parks: Leave your camera in a dry, safe place and let us capture all the splashy fun. Our photographers can be found at several locations in each Disney Water Park. They'll even give you a special card that you conveniently wear around your wrist. What could be easier? (Or more fun!)
    Note: Water Park photography operates seasonally.
     

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