Make your own passport or visa photos

Before we left to travel, Her and I used a Photoshop template to create our own photos for our Indian visa applications.  CVS wanted to charge us $9.99 each for two passport photos, and although they would have done all the work, I am a real cheapskate and was sure I could find a way to do it cheaper.  I did.

And although it worked great for us, it wouldn’t work so well for someone who doesn’t have access to Photoshop or isn’t comfortable using a program like that.  For those of you who fall in that category, we present you the Passport Photo Creator!

With this tool we’ve created, you can take an existing photograph and crop and resize it to passport specifications.  Then save the photo as a single 600 pixel x 600 pixel (300 pixels/inch) image to print to a 2 inch x 2 inch passport photo, or save 6 copies of the image to a single file that will fit on a 4inch x 6 inch print.  For around $0.20, you can print these at a local CVS or Walgreens (or anywhere that does photo printing). Hmmmm….$9.99 for two passport photos or $0.20 for six? Talk about saving money!

Enjoy!  And please contact us on this blog, on Facebook, or if you have any issues or questions.

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DIY passport photos


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