£10.00 for a set of six
UK Government Specification for a UK Passport Photograph
The quality of your printed photos Your photos must be: printed to a professional standard clear and in focus in colour on plain white photographic paper with no border without any creases or tears unmarked on both sides (unless a photo needs to be countersigned) unaltered by computer software What your printed photos must show Your photos must: be a close-up of your full head and upper shoulders contain no other objects or people be taken against a plain cream or light grey background be in clear contrast to the background not have ‘red eye’ In your photo, you must: be facing forwards and looking straight at the camera have a plain expression and your mouth closed have your eyes open and visible not have hair in front of your eyes not have a head covering (unless it’s for religious or medical reasons) not have anything covering your face not have any shadows on your face or behind you Do not wear sunglasses or tinted glasses. If you wear glasses that you cannot take off, your eyes must be visible without any glare or reflections. The size of your image The image of you - from the crown of your head to your chin - must be between 29mm and 34mm high. How your head should appear in passport photos - described in text above Photos of babies and children Children must be on their own in the picture. Babies must not be holding toys or using dummies. Children under 6 do not have to be looking directly at the camera or have a plain expression. Children under one do not have to have their eyes open. You can support their head with your hand, but your hand must not be visible in the photo.