How to take your own passport photo

Today Matt Granger shows you how to shoot, edit and print your own passport photo, instead of overpaying for a crappy post office one. Please check out my ar...

Where to get a passport photo | Pic4Pass Blog

the nearest photographer or photo booth may be far away.

+ You save time. You no longer need to drive to Walmart, Walgreens or other photo studios.

+ You make your kids happy. Don’t drag your kids to the photographer and hope they will cooperate; complete the passport photos at home.

+ You save money. Save...

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