Disney’s Photo Pass is a great way to get professional photos taken on your vacation. You can easily spot photo pass cast members at any of the parks, cruise line, or at Disney’s Aulani. I felt the presence of photo pass photographers was greater this trip than our trip a few years back. Not only were they around in different spots, but they also had a reward for getting photos taken in all their locations. We were able to get most of the locations and scored a free 5X7! Being in a large group (10) we were able to combine everyone’s photo pass onto one disk at the end of the trip and buy only one disk instead of three (one for each of the families on the vacation) at $99.00 a piece. If  your kids visit the kid’s club, they also add any photos taken of your kids while attending special activities. When you purchase a photo pass disk they also include around 50 stock images of the resort which are great to use in scrap booking (or blogging) about your recent trip. Here are a few of the stock images that were on our photo pass.

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One of the pool and spas
Koi pond and fountain
Koi pond and fountain
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Lobby
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Kids splash zone

One thing I really liked about the photo pass photographers at Aulani is that they were really good about taking their time with you. You can even go to the gift shop and request a photo pass photographer to meet with you to get photos taken. We did this one night when we had some down time and the photos she got were some of the best from our trip.

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Our friends were also able to take full advantage of the photo pass.

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