"If you choose to use a professional photographer, please ensure that they are aware of the format requirements specified in this guidance, particularly that the photographs will not show a white background when printed"
MVaibhav wrote:Does it matter if you are using different quality of paper for printing ? like Glossy, matt, semi-matt, super glossy ?
I used to use either self clicked photos printed on normal GLOSSY paper at Jessops (8 photos on a normal 4*6 photo).
or photobooth (though I hate these photos), they use some kind of matt papers, but not the same as use as I use for my casual snaps printing at Jessops.
This time I used the Jessops passport service where they click and print your passport photos, however I noticed that the paper quality is different from Glossy ( as in previous 4*6 photo i used ) or from the photo that I used to get from the photobooth machine.
I also read somewhere that it should be on Super Glossy paper for passport photos, but not able to find that reference right now. the photoguideline document does not say anything about that.
Do you guys have any clue, what is the best bet to print the photos for visa application, if you are clicking the photos on your own and printing at a professional outlet like Jessops, boots etc.
Want to know that just out of curiosity.
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