Walt Disney World has confirmed they will no longer be adding face masks digitally on ride photos to guests not wearing their mask properly over their nose and mouth when the photo is taken. Disney was testing this feature but has now confirmed they will no longer be digitally adding masks.
As shared by USAToday: Disney World will no longer be digitally adding face masks onto guests’ faces in ride photos, the company said. Park visitors who chose to not wear a mask while riding on attractions did not receive PhotoPass photos taken on the rides.
However, Walt Disney World News picked up on a private Dec. 6 Facebook group post noting that the theme park had begun digitally adding masks to riders’ faces after the fact. The digitally-added masks allowed for those in the photo properly wearing their face masks to get the photos.
Disney World says it will not be digitizing face masks over guests’ faces any longer. “In response to guest requests, we tested modifying some ride photos. We are no longer doing this and continue to expect guests to wear face coverings except when actively eating or drinking while stationary,” Disney said in a statement provided by spokesperson Jacquee Wahler.
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