Walt Disney World (DIS) is easing up on its face mask policy but only to create lasting memories at its theme parks.

The entertainment company has decided to allow guests at its Orlando, Florida, parks to remove their face coverings when taking an outdoor photo, but there are stipulations.

When taking a photo outside, guests must be stationary and maintain an appropriate physical distance. The change in policy begins on Thursday.

Disney World, which reopened its theme parks in July 2020 after being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, already allows guests to remove their face mask when actively eating, drinking, or swimming.

It does, however, require face masks for all guests over the age of 2 and cast members, including those that have received the COVID vaccine, to wear a face-covering while at its parks and may deny entry to those individuals that refuse to comply with its policy.

The face coverings, according to the company’s website, can be disposable or reusable and must have at least two layers of breathable material. Disney does not allow face masks with valves, mesh materials, or holes of any kind.

Disney does not consider costume masks as appropriate face coverings and has prohibited them from being worn in its parks. It also does not allow neck gaiters or open-chin triangle bandanas as face coverings for entry into its parks.

There is no indication if Disneyland, which is reopening in Anaheim, California, on April 30, will follow Disney World’s lead and allow for the removal of face masks for outdoor photos.

Disneyland is reopening at a reduced capacity of 15% with a series of safety measures that include temperature checks, face masks, social distancing, and enhanced cleaning procedures similar to what was implemented at Disney World as it reopened last year.

Shares of Disney were trading at $189.99 as of premarket hours on Wednesday, up 26 cents or 0.14%.

Mickey Mouse The Walt Disney character Mickey Mouse greets children at Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida, on Nov. 11, 2001. Photo: Getty Images/ Joe Raedle