What is the perfect distance between the subject and the lens for taking a passport size photo?
I need a passport size of mine to submit that in a company. But immediately I have no passport size photo. I have to take the photo at home now.
If you're not wanting to get one done at a Kodak shop, or in a photo-booth, then I'd say as long as you can get your full-face in it should be okay. Try to not have any white space bar the corners and try to have half of your neck in the picture.
Recently I visited LOOKLOOK photo booth for my children's photo collection and they done in well.
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