11 responses

  1. Tom Green
    June 18, 2012

    Hi Matthew – nice job! next time if you want a bit less of a hassle don’t hesitate using our humble ePassportPhoto.com for making these free passport photos.

    Cheers,
    –tom

  2. Roy
    May 26, 2012

    Thanks so much. Very clever method and it worked like a charm. This saved me $19.40!! Great job!!

  3. Law_A
    January 21, 2011

    Thanks so much for the tutorial! I went to find two separate stores to get photos taken but they were both closed-maybe from the crappy economy? Anyway, I just sent off my passport renewal thanks to you. Tutorial was clear, well written, and worked like a charm. The only part I had trouble with was changing the ruler from inches to pixels (I do not use Photoshop) but found the answer soon enough. Thanks again. (And my photo still looks like crap…haha)

  4. Peter
    January 12, 2011

    This is very good.
    But if somebody doesn’t have Photoshop?
    I suggest a quickly way.
    There are many sites on the internet where anybody can create a valid passport photo.
    For example idphoto4you.com or passportphoto.co.il.
    IDPhoto4You uses faced detection and includes a very smart crop frame.

    • Sharad
      January 20, 2011

      Thank you. The site is excellent and very easy to use.

  5. Philip
    November 18, 2010

    I like this. My passport is good for a couple more years though. Since I am going to Latin America for several months I was wondering if you can do a new passport photo this way to use for visas? Obviously it would be a different photo than I had done for my passprt several years ago. Thanks for the tutorial!

    • Matthew Karsten
      November 19, 2010

      Yes, you can use them for visas too.

  6. David
    September 16, 2010

    I do the same for our passport photos.

    Plus, we make up a bundle of extra photos and wrap them in plastic and take them with us so we have visa photos or week travel pass photos or whatever, wherever we are, if we need them.

    On the other hand, we had photos taken in Delhi at a photographers and that memory is priceless.

    • Matthew Karsten
      September 20, 2010

      I also have 4-6 passport sized photos printed out as backup for visas, etc. :-)

  7. Michael
    September 5, 2010

    wow, nice job with this tutorial. I just read it because I’m trying to write some tutorials myself and I’m finding pictures help a ton. Still, I think I’ll just look crappy in my passport haha. I don’t care but I know some people do/

  8. Sydney
    August 16, 2010

    Thanks for this. I’m gonna renew my passport in a couple months so this might be helpful.

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