Make Passport/Visa/ID photo is a chrome application by which you can make passport size photos. Generally the studios charge a lot for passport or visa photos, and with this app you don’t need to go anywhere. Just install this in your computer and you can make passport or visa photos for anywhere. Moreover if you are aware of the image size then select that and you are good to go. The best thing about it is you don’t need to photoshop it, just crop the image and rest the app will take care of. It is quite user friendly and has an interactive interface.
Installing The App:
It is a chrome application. So you just go to the Chrome webstore and search for this app in the search bar. Once the page comes, just Add it to Chrome. If you are logged in with your Gmail account it will automatically add as a tab in the homepage. Click on that and the page will open up and you can create as many passport/visa/ID photos you want.
How To Make Passport Photos:
Making passport/visa/ID photos with this app is a two step process. Once the app page opens up, go to the Create option on the top of the page. Clicking on that you will be asked to choose your style of photo, you will have options ranging from Argentina, Japan, US, UK and many more. Other that if you are aware of the image size you want the photo in. then you can select that too manually. Next you will be asked to upload an image which should be a JPG, PNG or GIFF type and less than 6 MB.
See the screenshot below to get an idea about how to go about it.
You can also choose the size of the paper you want the image to be printed on.
Why This App?
- It supports passport size of Argentina, Canada, Japan, UAE, Singapore, Australia, US and many more countries.
- It supports JPG, GIFF and PNG type.
- It is totally free of cost and no registration required
- You can print the images on various types of papers such as letter, A4, legal, etc.
- You can get multiple passport photos from a single print.
- High resolution images to match international standards.
Here is a screenshot of passport size pictures that I got as an output.
Looking at the output it does not seem to be a passport size photo, as you are cropping the image yourself. So I am not sure whether it would be meeting the governmental standards or not. Also the type of print that will come out might not be of a quality required for these purposes. However you can try it out and see how it works out for you!
Try it out for free from here!