In a bizarre practice only possible in 2020, Disney World has been Photoshopping masks on guests who are not wearing them for ride photos, though they have now announced that they will cease the practice after negative guest feedback.
By rule, guests at the park are supposed to wear masks at all times except for whenever they are eating or drinking while not moving. However, whether out of desire to have their face visible for the photos or simply ignoring the rules, some guests have appeared in photos without masks, leading the park to begin digitally adding masks. For the park's part, it is not clear why they started adding the masks, whether to discourage guests from taking their masks off for visibility in photos or to maintain the appearance of compliance for publicity's sake. Whatever the reasons, the park has now said it will stop the "enhancements," claiming they were part of a test that did not go over well with guests, partially because the time taken to add the masks digitally increased waiting times for pictures. It is not clear how the park plans to enforce the use of masks going forward, particularly once guests are already on a ride.