Jedi Training Photo Tips and Project Life Page


Photo tips for Jedi Training and Project Life scrapbook page examples

Disney Parks Blog announced a couple of weeks ago that there are now PhotoPass photographers at Jedi Training in Disneyland and Disney World. As that announcement came into my inbox, I had just started working on a couple of pages in my Disneyland book for Jedi Training. We had a lot of PhotoPass photos, that I was thrilled to have. Here’s a little bit about how it works:

  • when we arrived there was a PhotoPass Photographer there taking pics (this was in December, on the very first day that you had to sign up for Jedi Training in Disneyland)
  • ask the photographer for a PhotoPass card (he saw me taking photos and asked who my kids were and handed me a card, I was SO GRATEFUL, because in the craziness of it being the first sign up day, I didn’t even notice him)
  • the photographer will take TONS of photos of ALL of the kids getting their robes on, getting instructions, and taking their turn to fight
  • use the Disneyland app to scan the QR code on the PhotoPass card and add it to your PhotoPass OR take a photo of the back of the PhotoPass card the photographer gives you, in case you lose it
  • every single photo the photographer takes at Jedi training during that session with your child will be added to your PhotoPass account (I stopped counting at 800 for ONE session)
  • the photos are good, high quality photos, I was very happy to have them
  • if you want to also take photos yourself, I recommend sitting or standing in the very back, so when it’s your child’s turn to fight, you can stand to take photos or video without anyone blocking you (or you blocking anyone else)
  • I took video and trusted that the PhotoPass Photographer would do a great job with the photos and it worked out perfectly
  • check our guides for information on PhotoPass at Disneyland and PhotoPass and Memory Maker at Disney World
  • I added the video to my Project Life page using a QR code

Here is the two page layout I created in the Project Life app using cards from the Project Life app, Flergs (at SweetShoppeDesigns.com), and one that I made myself:

Project Life Page for Jedi Training at Disneyland and Disney World

Supplies: Project Life app, Project Life cards, Journal cards by Flergs at SweetShoppDesigns.com and me.

Left Page:

Project Life Page for Jedi Training at Disneyland and Disney World

Supplies: Project Life App, Project Life Cards, Studio Flergs (SweetShoppeDesigns.com), and cards made by me.

Right Page:

Project Life Page plus photo tips for Jedi Training at Disneyland and Disney World

Supplies: Project Life App, Project Life Cards, Studio Flergs (SweetShoppeDesigns.com), and cards made by me.