Tips for taking a photo
|Here are a few tips for getting the best out of your digital camera for Photo ID Cards.
- Finished photo size should be approx 100-200kb
- Head & shoulders is ideal (or ensure that Head & shoulders are at least 2/3 of the
picture). Cropping is available in the IDSnap software.
- Aim for a mid-tone of any colour on a non-reflective wall, not glass or too dark or
busy, e.g., mid-grey or mid-blue. See the photo below.
|- Use the same background for consistency of photos.
- Photos that look yellow are due to taking photos under ordinary domesc
lighng/light bulbs. A straightforward solution is using flash, which cleanses the yellow
cast. Flash from about 2 metres so you don't white out the face.
- Avoid fussy backgrounds. Please keep it simple
- Make sure that there is even lighting on the face; avoid dark shadows
- Good luck & smile; they always smile back!
How to take a passport photo | New Zealand Passports
There is some good information on taking a nice picture, but you can smile on your ID card!
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