Print help wnted

  dust2bin@btinternet.com 22:53 23 May 2005
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Could anyone tell me the weight of paper that is used for passport size photo's.and can printed photo's be used for dive licences and otherapplications that need photo's

  pj123 23:13 23 May 2005

I use 140gsm Glossy photo paper from Choice Stationery, but they also do 180gsm.

I have not had any problems with printing and using for passports or driving licences. Just remember that both passport and driving licence photo's must now be on a white background. My passport photo is on a blue background, taken about 9 years ago. But for some reason best known to themselves the background now has to be white.

Choice Stationery is: click here

  Border Collie 23:14 23 May 2005

I recently used Epson Premium Glossy at 255g/m2 for our new passports and they were accepted.

Make sure you follow instructions regarding backgrounds and size of image within the area. You may have a 'jobsworth' dealing with yours.

  Technotiger 23:16 23 May 2005

Hi, I took and printed my own Passport photos
on 255gm glossy photo paper. Accepted without any problem. I recommend 800dpi. The background must be completely blank (not even any hint of a shadow), preferably white.

More detailed info at click here

and yes they can be used for other things like driving lic etc.


Cheers.

  jack 08:36 24 May 2005

The Background is critical , but paper GSM is not I suspect - I dont think original prints are used directly are they ,ar'n't they used in another copyimg process?

  shellyle 07:30 06 Jun 2006

the above combo of cropping with ePassportPhoto.com (link: click here) and then printing with a pro service like photobox.co.uk (link: click here) worked like a charm for me

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