10 Do's and Don'ts for Passport Photos

Our passport photo experts have put together a list of basic guidelines that you should follow in order to make sure that your passport photos are compliant:

  1. The subject shouldn't appear too far away
  2. The image shouldn't be too light
  3. The subject should look straight into the camera - not portrait style
  4. Eyes shouldn't be tilted or closed
  5. Avoid flash reflection on skin or red-eye effect
  6. Make sure eye-glasses don't cover the subject's eyes
  7. Face shouldn't be covered – also avoid hats or caps or hair across the subject's face
  8. Avoid shadows behind the head or across the subject's face
  9. Keep baby/toddler toys out of the frame
  10. The subject's expression should be neutral

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