[QUOTE=LittleMissMagic;1117288]As said above, you don’t really get a choice of where you’re seated because Chef Mickey’s is always pretty crowded, and all seats are good seats.
This is the new character photo op with a PhotoPass CM - DSC_8138 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!. They sell the photo for $30-35, I believe. Kind of a rip-off. (This is one of the things I think Disney could do better on - if photos at the meals were, say, $15, we’d probably buy one at each meal. But instead, since they’re a whopping $30, we buy maybe one a trip.)[/QUOTE]
You can take your own picture and the photo pass person will almost always take your group’s picture with your camera as well.
I should have been paying a little better attention when I booked Akershus for dinner. About $45 each for three adults (one was 12:wacko:) and I overlooked the “included” photo package.
But hey, it was my niece’s first trip and her mother said she wanted to see princesses.
Speaking of taking pictures, while my niece posed for the professional, I took a couple pics as well.
By a couple, I mean 30. I put the camera in rapid shot mode, thinking that I’d be able to rip off a couple shots quickly. What this camera does is shoot about 3 seconds of video and then convert a lot of the frames into individual pictures. Great, 30 versions of nearly the same shot:dry:
It’s not one picture anyway. It’s a package with an 8x10 and a couple 4x5s.
As if that really makes a difference.