3 people in my party. 7 night stay. we ride as many rides as possible and we stay in the parks as long as possible.How large is your party?
How long is your trip?
Will you ride all or most of the rides with on-ride photos?
The answers that make PhotoPass worth it are large, long, and yes.
With this information, I would definitely do it. Anytime you see a PhotoPass photographer, just stop and have them take your photo. Some photographers are very playful and let you have some fun when taking photos with you. I think it's absolutely worth it. I made a scrapbook for all of my groomsmen after we went on our bachelor party. They still talk about the book till this day.3 people in my party. 7 night stay. we ride as many rides as possible and we stay in the parks as long as possible.
Photopass is the process of getting your photos made and linking them to you magic band or ticket. Anybody can do that, and you can buy individual photos (very pricy) if you like. Memory Maker is an "account" that you purchase in advance (minimum 3 days in advance) that allows you to download ALL your photopass photos no matter how many there are. For our trip in 2016 we had over 600.Whats the difference between Photopass and Memory Maker
I love the Memory Maker and always order it as a souvenir for myself! For the amount of pictures I have taken and not having to carry around my big camera, it is a huge value!Thinking about adding Photopass for my wife. She loves to scrap book and create shutterfly photo books for all events and vacations , but Im wondering if its worth it. How would and why would we benefit from having the Photopass?
I had no idea. Sounds like Memory Maker is the way to go. Thank YouQuick distinction, PhotoPass is the photography service they offer, Memory Maker is the unlimited download product.
It really depends on you. Some people are happy with a single family shot in front of the castle to show they were there. Others want lots of pictures. If you did characters alot, it used to be a no brainer. The CM would be in a great spot to get those shots of your party walking up, those first hugs and such, while you still had your bags and stuff. But now they are switching some of the characters to the photos boxes, it's not the same. And I miss the ability to add the borders to the pictures.
If you are going to be there during the holiday season, I would definitely recommend getting Memory Maker. Taking night time shots with the castle or other decorations in the background won't work real well with your camera unless you are schlepping a tripod and such, while PhotoPass usually does a good job of night time shots.
I've usually done well with Memory Maker, but the last few trips it's been included in the AP, so I didn't have to pay extra.