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    Where Can I Get Passport Photos Printed Using Digital Photo?

    Hi, just wondering if I can get passport photos printed from a digital photograph (via memory card/cd)? Ive looked on the boots/asda/tesco website but couldnt see anything. Dont know if they offer this service in store

    I would prefer a store simply due to delivery costs

    Thanks

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    If you go into Klick (& other photo developing shops?)
    photoshop they will take a passport photo for you

    my daughters passport got rejected because and i quote ' they looked like they were home produced' looked fine to me so we had to get them done in one of those booth thingys. I also noticed that you could i think bluetooth the image didn't notice about cards but might be worth a look in one .

    You can print them yourself, as long as you comply with the rules.

    I have had them rejected when they were done by a photographic shop!

    Try here...
    photomat.eu/
    Worked for me.

    I think Jessops still have passport printing facilities in store.

    Original Poster

    snowtiger;7726895

    If you go into Klick (& other photo developing … If you go into Klick (& other photo developing shops?)photoshop they will take a passport photo for you



    i wanted to take the photo at home just to make sure i got it right, this is going to be on my passport and driving licence for the next 10 years!

    greg_68;7726947

    You can print them yourself, as long as you comply with the rules.I have … You can print them yourself, as long as you comply with the rules.I have had them rejected when they were done by a photographic shop!



    I dont have a printer unfortunately

    Dazz285;7726987

    Try here...http://www.photomat.eu/Worked for me.



    would i then take this to a photo place and they would print it out as a single print i would just cut them up?

    frogman;7727001

    I think Jessops still have passport printing facilities in store.



    ill give them a ring and see whats doing


    Thanks for the help

    Went to Sainsbury's photo booth on Saturday.
    Passport compliant photos easy to take - the pix are the right size, background grey not white etc.
    Just adjust seat height, make sure that your face fits inside the oval shape that appears on screen - and costs only £4 for 4.

    i'd use a booth, £4 for 4, it's a passport photo, no offence but your gonna look like an idiot, same as everybody else does on theirs. You cannot smile or expose teeth, if you wear glasses you have to remove them, if you have a long fringe it must be swept away from the eyes and if your hair covers your ears it must be tucked behind. I took my 15 year old daughter, she was far from impressed but it's the same for everyone, it's not like you put them in a frame and have them on show.

    This link might help you to find how your passport photograph should look like. I cropped mine, fitted in four photos on a single canvas in photoshop by looking at guidelines and printed from photobox as a single 6x4 print.
    ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sit…059

    But at the end I would recommend you to go to a photo booth installed at most of the post offices, super markets etc as i did same lasttime to avoid any issue.

    Be careful. I had a very clear passport photo rejected because my hair touched the very outside edge of my left eyebrow. I went to the nearest booth and had horrible washed out pics taken with my hair scraped back. Not nearly such a clear pic, yet it met the criteria.

    i used ]passpic
    I found their service good, for me 2 yo sons pic.
    cost £3.95 and they were posted out First class.

    On a side note. The pic has to be certified by someone, but what do they write on the back?
    Is it something like: "I certify that this is a true likeness"
    or do they just sign the back of the picture.
    Thanks

    answer to self
    Getting your photographs certified

    The person who countersigns your application form at section 10 (your ‘countersignatory’) should also certify one (not both) of the photographs. They do this by writing on the back:

    * ‘I certify that this is a true likeness of [Mr, Mrs, Miss, Ms or other title followed by your full name]’

    They must then sign and date the statement. It is not enough just to sign and date the photograph.

    Original Poster

    hi, thanks for the help, i just manned up and went out it the rain and went to a picture booth as not minimize the risk of it being rejected.

    im renewing my licence and passport which have both just expired so i shouldnt need them signing.
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