No, you must purchase a pass first before buying any.
A Photo Op is a photo taken by a professional photographer of you and the guest. You will then receive an 8×10” print at the time the picture being taken. You will also be able purchase additional copies of the photo, or a digital download, after the event.
Please arrive for your Photo Op when your number is requested. Arriving too early for your Photo Op will cause the queues and problems for our staff. Check your schedule for the times of your Photo ops
Please understand that a Photo Op is not a meet and greet, but it is a quick process. It is important you listen for prompts from the line attendants and the photographer to ensure you get the best photo possible.
When you enter the Photo Op room, please have your Photo Op pass and have everything you do not want in the photo taken off and ready to place on the table provided inside. You will not be more than a couple steps from your items.
Please be respectful of the celebrity guests and other fans in line and be sure to listen for special instructions for each celebrity guest.
If you wear glasses, they can often glare or make it very difficult for the photographer to see if you blinked, so please try to remove them if possible. If you cannot remove them, please be sure to try and tilt the glasses down away from the lights for the best possible photo.
Yes, two people can be in the same photo with a guest (no more than 2 people).
No, it’s forbidden to take pictures while attending these activities. Anybody breaching this rule will be removed from the event by security with no chance to be admitted again into the event premises.
You can, within reason, a good rule to keep in mind is if it would bother you seeing another person doing it, or the request would make you uncomfortable, then don’t ask. If you unsure, please check with a member of staff. But it must be something that is quick and easy to do.