We previously shared the news that Walt Disney World has launched “Capture Your Moment”, personalized photo sessions, at Magic Kingdom. Now, Disney has announced they will be offering the same experience with their PhotoPass photographers at Disney’s Animal Kingdom!
As shared by Disney: “At Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, Capture Your Moment sessions will take place on or nearby Discovery Island, where you can take advantage of stunning views of the Tree of Life. After checking in for your session at the ticket and information desk located outside of Island Mercantile, your photographer will discuss available photo shoot locations and ask a few questions to determine how the session can be customized to your needs. After being escorted to your photo shoot location, you’ll have the opportunity to capture photos there with your photographer for up to 20 minutes.”
Capture Your Moment is a personalized 20-minute photo session with a Disney PhotoPass photographer that you reserve in advance. It’s a perfect option for Disney guests celebrating special moments such as proposals, baby announcements, honeymoons, anniversaries, birthdays, graduations, first visits, or just enjoying time spent with family.
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So, what’s the cost? Each session is $50 and can include up to eight guests. Prints and digital downloads are not included with the price of a Capture Your Moment session. However, those with a Disney PhotoPass entitlement such as Memory Maker or Memory Maker One Day, as well as qualifying Annual Passholders with a Disney PhotoPass download benefit, can download the photos taken during Capture Your Moment from their Disney account at no extra cost.
Ready to book? You can book a session online by clicking here or calling 407-939-7758. Bookings can be made up to 60 days in advance, and advance reservations are strongly recommended.