There were two backgrounds to choose from. The first was a classic backdrop, think senior picture style, the Cast Members uses those for portraits. These could be for families, couples, friends, anything really. But I think they’re mostly made for kiddos post Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique.
The second backdrop is where the magic really is. It’s a green screen of sorts. They can place you and whoever you brought with you in front of classic Disney animated scenes. It was so fun!
We didn’t have a wait and the Cast Member was really fun and let us do a lot of poses. We did several poses together and then the Cast Member asked us each if we had a favorite princess. My sister’s is Ariel and mine is Mulan. I was so excited that they had backdrops for my favorite girl worth fighting for.
See below as we got to live out our Disney dreams.
A classic scene from Pirates of the Caribbean. Luckily they wants the redhead not the blonde or brunette.
Anna & Elsa. It was my coronation day! The window was open and so was that door! We didn’t know they did that anymore!
My sister the mermaid. We were both wishing Price Eric would show up.
Dancing around in an empty Magic Kingdom. You won’t get those crowd levels anywhere else.
That facial expression though. It’s a tale as old as time, two sisters slow dancing…
AN EMPTY MAIN STREET USA. AND IT ALMOST LOOKS REAL.
We’re never growing up!
The PhotoPass Studio is a great option to add some extra magic to a stop at Disney Springs. It’s one of the few experiences there that doesn’t break the bank. You won’t get Disney pictures like these anywhere else.
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Last year, my husband and I took a leap of faith and moved to Orlando from the Midwest. We are now living our dream, being just a 20 minute drive from Walt Disney World! When I'm not at the parks, I'm working in graphic design, always trying to sneak hidden Mickeys into my work.