Disney offers a variety of photo services to guests. These services don’t require your own camera, but let Disney do the work for you.Disney Photopass photographers are on hand at various locations to take photos throughout the parks and resorts. Purchase the Memory Maker package ahead of time and get digital downloads of all of the Photopass photos. Looking for something more formal? Disney Fine Arts Photography will create unique personalized photo sessions throughout Walt Disney World. Unlike Photopass, these services should be arranged in advance of your arrival.
The following links offer more information about Disney’s provided services.
In addition to Disney’s PhotoPass services, various camera services are available at several Theme Park locations. These services include CD burning of digital camera memory card photos, film sales, camera sales, camera and digital camera accessories, and minor camera repair. While it’s always a better idea to purchase camera supplies prior to your trip, knowing that these items are available if needed during your trip is quite helpful.
CD Burning, Camera Sales, and Memory Card Sales
At certain locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort, Guests with digital cameras can download their images and other media information from a digital media card to a CD. Each of the camera centers in the four Theme Parks are equipped with this technology. Currently, the following locations offer CD burning of digital camera memory card photos in addition to offering the opportunity to purchase cameras and accessories.
- Magic Kingdom: Box Office Gifts located in Town Square Theater on Main Street, USA is home to the camera center.
- Epcot: CD Burning and other camera services are available at the Camera Center in the Main Entrance Plaza.
- Disney’s Hollywood Studios: Visit The Darkroom on Hollywood Boulevard for all your photography needs.
- Animal Kingdom: Garden Gates Gifts at the Entrance Plaza provides camera services. Photography services may also be available at Disney Outfitters located at Discovery Island.
Film processing services are no longer available across the Walt Disney World Resort complex.