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|2 US Passport/Visa Photos||$12.99|
|4 US Passport/Visa Photos||$17.99|
|Canada Passport Photo 2||$17.99|
|Canada Visa Photo 2||$17.99|
|Additional Photos 2 for US Only||$6.00|
|Baby & Kids Passport Photos 2 for||$17.99|
|Baby & Kids Passport Photos 4 for||$24.99|
|Digital Passport Photo (Given on CD or Email) Any Country and any specification done||$20.00|
|Custom passport size photos 2 UK/Europe/China/Australia Etc.||$15.00|
Passport photos specifications
Passport photos for legal use like Passport, Visa, ID, etc. must comply with the country's regulations. Each country have its own regulations as specified below , but most countries have the following basic rules:
Recent photo taken in the last 6 months and showing current appearance.
Full face, front. Eyes should not be obscured by glasses and eye color should be apparent.
Make sure there are no red-eyes. Mouth closed, no smiling and neutral expression.
Background color, usually white or light, uniform color with no other objects including doors, windows, etc. Some countries have more specific requirements regarding background color. See details in the links below.
Do not wear a hat or headgear that obscures the hair or hairline. No Shadows on the subject or background. To avoid shadows on the background the subject should stand 1-3 ft (0.3-1 meters) away from the background. To avoid shadow on the subject the camera should be positioned approximately 4 ft (1.2 meters) away from the subject.
Babies passport photos
Most countries have slightly less strict requirements for babies photos. For instance, in the UK the regulations for children under the age of 5 are as follows:
The passport photo should show an up to date appearance of the baby.
Expression does not have to be neutral.
The head of the baby does not have to be straight.
The baby does not have to look straight into the camera (this does not apply in other countries such as Canada and the US).
Eyes should be open and their color should be clearly visible.
Babies under 6 months do not have to have their eyes open.
There should be no toys or other items in the background, and no supportive hands should be apparent.