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So its summer and you went to disneyland, you got a few pictures taken by the Disney folk, they sent you an email with a link to DisneyPhotoPass where you can view your pictures. Well this hack will help you retrieve that picture. Its gonna be low resolution, but hey a picture is better than no picture.
Each picture has an unique id, its a long sequence of numbers and letters and what Disney tries to do is to obfuscate it so that its very difficult to get to. Off of the preview, there is no right click functionality, so you have to be creative.
The hard part is getting the image id. I’ve already took the liberty of finding you the link to get the image, so all you need to do is fill in the image id.
1. Make sure your using firefox 3.x, if your not go download it here
2. Your gonna install a plugin/add-on called Firebug, you can get it here
3. Goto the first page where you see your first picture, goto Firefox > Tools > Firebug > Open Firebug
4. From there you will see this complicated mess of data, what we will be looking for is under the “DOM” tab.
5. From there go all the way down to where it says “PhotoInfo” on the left hand side directly across from it you will see “ObjectImageId” – That is the magic key to each individual image.
6. Copy that and open a new window and use this url:
7. Paste the id at the end of this string. so your resulting URL should look something like: