Free passport photos (print at home)
445°Expired

Free passport photos (print at home)

24
Found 13th Jan 2014
This is a super site that allows you to print correctly set passport images at home.
I simply took my childs image against a whitish wall (1 ft away), uploaded it, it then set it for me, i made a few adjustments then boom, all done.

Rough instructions
1. go to site.
2. Set it to United Kingdom and choose age
3. go through to next screen and click "do it yourself"
4. Pick picture and follow the easy set up.

I did do a search for this but could not find it anywhere else on site. I do hope this help someone as it has certainly just saved me a few quid.
Thanks

24 Comments

The free one states"Best for non-official photos" and you would need photo paper and printer.

Banned

not good enough for passport etc

Original Poster

The Post office has just confirmed that the image is all good to go :-) Printed at home on a kodak printer.

They should be fine. I used this for my Indian Visa photos last year

Good find. Our local pharmacy charges 75p for 4 passport photos. Cheap enough.

Flab09

Good find. Our local pharmacy charges 75p for 4 passport photos. Cheap … Good find. Our local pharmacy charges 75p for 4 passport photos. Cheap enough.



75p?! oO Sounds like a deal worth posting within itself! X)

Been using this for my passports, visa, ID, applications, etc for a few years now. Great site! Remember to check the background (some want white & some need cream), whether you show ears, whether you are allowed to smile, etc, etc. Snap and go!

I then print it on 6x4 at the Boots on the High street. Not sure how much it is - but I think 25p for 6-8 pp photos!
Edited by: "leeswiss" 13th Jan 2014

the final product is 4 passport photos with some advertising in the 2nd half. to make the best of it, open up the jpg file in an editor and copy / paste the 4 photos over the advertising. THis will double your photos to 8 on a 6x4print.

Thanks OP

jellybeans12

75p?! oO Sounds like a deal worth posting within itself! X)



agree...I paid 8.99 for 4 pics for my 2 months old...bloody rip off!

nice one. Thanks.

Used this site last week for my driving licence photo. Went to the site on my phone, was a bit of a pain but managed to crop the photo taken using my phone, saved photo from website onto phone, used picsart (I think it's called that anyway) to clone the 4 photos of me I downloaded from the site to make it 8 photos on a 6x4 size. Went into Boots and bluetoothed the 6x4 to one of their instant machines for 39p and used the 41 points I had left on my Boots card to pay for it, they did have a 25p 1 hour wait option but didn't have time to wait around. Sent of my driving licence renewal form today, so hopefully will come back without any issues

Will give this a try thanks!

Off topic but How much is it to renew a passport

dodoegg1

Off topic but How much is it to renew a passport

google is your friend

jellybeans12

75p?! oO Sounds like a deal worth posting within itself! X)



Agreed, that's a real deal!

This one does not use watermarks oddprints.com/ There are also numerous programs that you can download just do a google search - free uk passport photo software download

I've used these sites for all my family's passports and never had one rejected yet.

Flab09

Good find. Our local pharmacy charges 75p for 4 passport photos. Cheap … Good find. Our local pharmacy charges 75p for 4 passport photos. Cheap enough.

Thats cheap my one charges £4 for 4 photos

Thanks

have always used coreldraw myself. take pictures of the whole family, crop them, adjust them if needed and print loads off on one a4 sheet and have plenty for future use.

great, thanks

ioscorpio

This one does not use watermarks http://www.oddprints.com/ There are … This one does not use watermarks http://www.oddprints.com/ There are also numerous programs that you can download just do a google search - free uk passport photo software download



That's my site! thanks for the mention!
Free, open-source and zero ads.

Shame I don't have the budget to advertise it

Lol, Except the example pictures for passport would fail requirements that have been out for two or three years
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text