Oh my… take a wild guess. Now for a US passport, they’re not to tricky. So even if the picture doesn’t look great, and you hate it, it will work for your passport. Just that you are stuck with that awful picture for the next 10 years. But immigration and visa photos are […]
Any drug store can take a mug shot for a passport. The fact that you are looking at a professional Pittsburgh photographer's website is that you care about: 1 - A good photo that doesn't make you look scary. 2 - A photo that meets the country's specifications so your paperwork will not be held [...]
Yes! Unlike traditional passport cameras, that can only print the image out. We use a pro digital camera. And it’s no problem to provide you access to a digital file. Digital output is now being accepted by some governments and services.
In some cases, you may have to reapply. It’s not uncommon for us to re-take a photo that another photographer or “quicky store” took. Many of these countries are not flexible on their photo requirements. Now, what if WE took a photo for you and it’s turned down? Because we know what we […]
Ask yourself: Does this place have proper professional lighting? Does the person waiting on me have professional photo experience? Are they familiar with the country in question’s requirements? If the answer to either is even a “I’m not sure”, you are taking a chance that the government can reject your photo. Rumor is that sometimes […]
There’s quite a few. But here’s the top ten: Specific finished photo size Specific size of the head size from crown to chin (Sometimes, the head size has to be from top of hair to chin; not the above) Head has to be the right height from the bottom Foreign passports use […]
You can go wherever you like. I'm serious. You know one of the top headshot photographers in DC charges $200 to take a passport photo? And he doesn't even print them out for you. So maybe that will make my price of $130 look a little more reasonable. Look, we are a professional photography [...]
We are a by-appointment business. So your chance of just popping in and having your picture taken "then and there" is pretty slim. So instead, please: Send us a message through our website, using that blue "Inquire" button that you see at the bottom right of your screen. -or- Send a direct email to email@example.com [...]