Disney PhotoPass has officially relaunched under the operation of Kodak Moments, after several months of downtime.
It was announced at the start of the year the digital photo storing service would lose original operator FujiFilm and run independently by Disneyland Paris themselves.
However with the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and subsequent closure of Disneyland Paris occurring right within this transition period, Disney PhotoPass endured over 2 months of downtime with guests unable to sign in or access any of their photos.
These unprecedented circumstances have clearly lead to some deviations from plans as Disney PhotoPass has now returned with photography company Kodak Moments conducting the heavy lifting as operator. It is currently unknown if this will be a permanent partnership or on a temporary basis until park operations return back to normal.
From today guests can access any photos taken via the original DisneyPhotoPass service this year (prior to the resort’s closure) with access to 2019 images coming soon.
It should be noted however that guests must make a new account to access past or potential future photographs. This also means the corresponding PhotoPass IDs will also be required to avoid a possibly lengthy ‘lost ID’ process.
You can access the relaunched Disney PhotoPass website at the original domain, disneyphotopass.eu.