Disney Photopass service provides countless Walt Disney World Guests with unique ways to capture the memories of their vacation. It’s a valuable tool that helps you collect and organize ride photos, character meet-and-greets, and signature images captured by on-property photographers (such as shots in front of Cinderella Castle). Photopass photographers are often stationed throughout the various Disney Parks, looking for unique opportunities (and great shots) to enhance your vacation memories.
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To celebrate May 4th (and Star Wars days), Disney’s Hollywood Studios is increasing its lineup of unique photo ops for the Star Wars fan in your life.
The first offering is the new Holopuck Magic Shots. Photopass photographers walking around Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge will have unique holopucks that they carry around. When posing for the photo, Guests hold the puck in their hands and look down at it. When captured, the photograph will display a unique Star Wars character as a hologram.
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Magic Droid Shots
Guests exploring Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge can also get magic photos taken with BB-8 from Star Wars Episodes VII, VIII, and IX or BD-1 from Jedi: Fallen Order. Whichever droid you choose to snag a picture with, beware those who practice the Dark side of the Force.
Don Mandalorian Armor
This unique Disney PhotoPass lens places a Mandalorian beskar armor over your person. Then you can adjust the color palette like Sabine Wren’s armor. From May 4 through May 11, you can enjoy complimentary access to this Lens in the My Disney Experience app. Afterward, it will only be available to Annual Passholders or those who purchase Disney Genie+.
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Equip A Darksaber
The Darksaber is an ancient weapon created more than a thousand years ago by the first Mandalorian to become a Jedi Knight. Many beings have used it over the years, and now it can be found across from Oga’s Cantina at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. After dark, you can grab the legendary blade and pose for an inspiring photograph.
While visiting Disney’s Hollywood Studios (or any Disney Park), you never know what special tricks Disney PhotoPass Service may offer. It’s always worth considering whether you’re there for a Star Wars Day or a once-in-a-lifetime vacation at the Walt Disney World Resort.