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  • On Apr 25, 2013
    Cindy Asked

    I have heard that when you enter the parks and the pictures are taken you can request certain characters be placed in the photo with you. Where can I find the information on this so I know what I can request and where? Someone also told me that in the

    Cindy,

    When a PhotoPass photographer is taking your pictures, most times he/she will ask you after you have taken your standard picture pose to pose in a way that would allow them to add characters. 

    The most common of these is to cradle your hands together so that Tinkerbell has somewhere to land. Another is to hold a bunch of balloons.

    If they don't ask you, ask them! They won't mind. The only reason why they might have not mentioned it was because they simply forgot, or they had a line waiting for pictures. But don't feel bad to ask, even is there are people waiting for pictures. It just takes a second, and they are neat pictures! And ask what else they think they could add in.

    A final note. They have started to add some special, limited availability characters. The best example of this is you can get your picture taken with ghosts outside of the Haunted Mansion during the Mickey's Very Scary Halloween Party. If you are going to these parties, again just ask what they can do. You will find that these photographers are enthusiastic participants and will offer lots of great ideas!

    Have a magical vacation!
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