A set of 4 passort photographs are £12

A set of 8 passport photographs are £15

A set of 4 Visa photographs are £15


If You can not get out to have your photographs for your passport taken, I can arrange to come to you or you can come along to me and  have them done their and then. Please note you need to make an appointment for this service and ill try and get the photographs back to you on that same day if not it will be the following day. You can also upload a photograph at the bottom of this page but they need to follow the guidlines set out by the U.K Passport agency which are found below.


Opening Hours

Monday 9am-6pm

Tuesday 9am-6pm

Wednesday 9am-6pm

Thursday 9am-6pm

Friday 9am-6pm

Saturday 9am-6pm

Sunday Closed


There’s not much point in looking amazing in your passport picture if it’s not accepted by the Home Office. Bio metric passport standards now dictate how you can look, as well as how big your face must be in the picture and what colour background your photo must have. You can’t complain to a booth if your pictures are not accepted,
It’s hard enough to get a toddler photographed in a booth and don’t forget that babies now need their own passports! we can supply photographs for most countries passports.We have an online resource that can supply specifications for most

 Please bring any paper work you may have from your embassy to ensure that we are working with up to date information.

Passport & ID Photography

Perfect for: Passport, Driving Licence, Visa, Blue Badge, etc.

With Biometric passports the photo regulations are very strict, and many passport photos are rejected, especially those produced in automatic booths. We have a UK Passport approved template to check all our photos adhere to the rules and regulations, and we offer a free reshoot in the unlikely event you do encounter any problems.

Using professional studio lighting we will capture you looking your best, and whilst the strict passport regulations prohibit us posing you in a truly portrait style, we promise to have you looking your best.

A set of 4 hand-printed UK passport photographs will cost you only £12.00, or a set of 8 for £15.00. If you'd like us to produce your ID and passport photographs for you, please call us on 07791898991 or contact us via the web submission form

We can provide you with ID and passport photos for any country, UK and EU passports, driving licence's, US passport's & Visa's, Blue Badge's, Indian Visa's, CV's, Bus Passes, you name it, we can do it. For foreign passport and visa photos, prices start at £15.00 a set.


UK Passport Photo Requirements

Paper and sizing

photos must measure 45mm by 35mm

photos must be printed on high quality, medium / low gloss or matt photographic paper. Photos produced at home are unlikely to be acceptable, as they will not meet the high standards delivered by professional equipment and may not allow us to capture an accurate biometric

heavy weight paper, ie cardboard, is not acceptable

corrugated paper is not acceptable

photos must have a backing that allows the countersignatory to certify one of the photos and sign in ink, without smearing

trademarks or other printing on the reverse is acceptable, provided it does not show through when the photo is scanned onto our system. This is most likely to occur where bold back print is used, and the image captured is very pale. If back-printed paper is used, proper lighting and exposure is even more important than usual


Glasses can often show reflection or glare from flash, and the frames can obscure facial features. We strongly recommend that customers who wear glasses remove them to ensure that an accurate biometric can be obtained. While this may mean that their passport photo does not show them as they usually appear, their photo will still be a good likeness.

Customers with a visual impairment should also follow this guidance. If they wear dark, tinted or mirrored glasses, they must remove them - otherwise a biometric cannot be captured.


Photos must be clear, sharp and in focus. They must be a true likeness of the subject.

Only submit colour photographs; black and white photos are not acceptable. Photos must not be manipulated, for example, by removing spots or softening lines or shadows. Mirror images (that is where the picture is flipped from one side to another, left to right or right to left) cannot be used.

Where very young children are being supported, you must ensure that no hands are visible. We recommend that infants who are unable to support themselves are laid on a light grey sheet and photographed from above.

eyes must be open and clearly visible, with no flash reflections and no 'red eye'

facial expression must be neutral (neither frowning nor smiling), with the mouth closed

photos must show both edges of the face clearly

photos must show a full front view of face and shoulders, squared to the camera

the face and shoulder image must be centred in the photo; do not show the subject looking over one shoulder (portrait style), or with head tilted to one side or backwards or forwards

there must be no hair across the eyes

hats or head coverings are not permitted except when worn for religious reasons and only if the full facial features are clearly visible

photos with shadows on the face are unacceptable

photos must reflect/represent natural skin tone


photos with shadows on the background are unacceptable

photos must be taken with uniform lighting and not show shadows or flash reflection on the face and head

photos must show a plain, uniform, light grey or cream background. 5 - 10 per cent grey is recommended as a background


children aged over one and under six years: the requirements for mouths to be closed and eyes looking at the camera are waived

infants under the age of 12 months: we only require that the image shows a good likeness. The requirements on eyes open and mouth closed, for example, are waived. In practice, we have also waived the template check requirement for babies

applicants with either physical or mental disabilities may find it difficult to meet our requirements. We will accept as good as image as possible, accompanied by a statement that they cannot meet the requirement because of disability


From here you may upload a single JPEG image, or a ZIP archive containing many JPG images.

Clearly describe who you are, what you are uploading, and why.

Your Name:
Your Email Address:
Collection Password:


How to create a zip file of multiple images


On Windows XP, Windows Vista, and newer...

Add your jpg images to a folder, then right click on the folder and select "Send to > Compressed (zipped) folder". You will end up with both the original and a zipped copy.

On a Mac...

Add your jpg images to a file, then just CTRL-click on the file and select "Create Archive". You will also find the option in the File menu. Either way, you will end up with both the original and a zipped archive copy.