« on: July 22, 2013, 12:46:31 PM »
Lens doesn't matter, camera doesn't matter - probably 80% + of all passport photos are taken with a
special purpose polaroid at your corner drug or office supply store. The only thing that does matter is
that is a clear, well exposed head shot that fits within the size parameters determined by the state
department (or whatever department in whatever country you're in that controls passports). The photo
should be "recognizable" and not shroud or disfigure the facial recognition in anyway. The thing is for
identification not entering in a portrait contest. In this case, at least, size does matter!