When we recently packed up and headed out to Disney for a week or so, we were on the fence about purchasing the Disney Photo Pass Memory Maker package. The idea is simple really, it’s an all you can eat buffet of downloaded photo goodness! Ok so that’s a bit dramatic, but while you in the parks, there are plenty of photographers who will gladly snap photos of you and your family then they scan your magic band or or ticket. When you get home you can download the photos or order prints. While there is no cost for them to snap the photos, the cost can rack up really quickly when you go to order a few prints.
So there is an all you can digitally eat option? That’s right, that’s the core concept of the Disney Photo Pass Memory Maker. You can download all the photos taken and then have them printed elsewhere like Shutterfly, or even your local Walgreens. The downloads are very high quality photos and are rather large file size wise. There are a few restrictions on the licensing of the photos. This shouldn’t be a big deal for home users, but you can’t resell the photos. For example, if your son is wearing a Nike shirt while hugging Mickey, Nike can’t use the photo. You can however have them printed at local photoshops without issue. There is no watermark or restrictions that would even indicate that the Disney Memory Maker Photo Pass pictures are even commercial shots. Continue reading