1. Take a few nice color photos of the person using your digital camera.
Things to keep in mind:
I know this is not the best picture, but I like this one and will be using this just for demonstrating the technique. You should be wearing better clothing and hair in your passport photo.
2. Use a photo editing software to crop the 2" x 2" region you want. This is the required size of passport photo in the U.S. The passport size requirement varies between different countries.
I will be using Adobe Photoshop CS2 to show you how its done. You can use any photo editing software. Most of them have the tools that I will be using.
Open your passport photo in Adobe Photoshop CS2
Click on the Edit menu -> Preferences -> Units & Rulers
In the dialog, change the units to "pixels" as shown below:
Measure the distance (in pixels) from the top of the head to the chin
Calculate faceDist = D1 divided by 1.1 In our example faceDist = 138/1.1 = 125.4 (we will make it 125)
Select the Marquee tool
Select Fixed Size option and enter 2 times faceDist for the Width and Height options
Place the selection over the face region with the nose in the center of the selection as shown below:
Ctrl-C to copy selection. Note that this selected region will be your passport photo.
Select File -> New in Adobe Photoshop
Ctrl-V to paste the previous selection
Use the move tool in Adobe Photoshop to move the selection to the top left corner of the canvas.
Do Steps (10) and (11) five more times to get 6 pictures aligned as shown below in the Adobe photoshop document. You can even save the document as a jpeg file or in its original format.
Here's a video tutorial that may do you some help
You can also try thisAnswered Aug, 13 2010
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