How to Create Passport Photos at Home

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An affordable Windows program makes creating passport photos at home quick and easy. Passport Photo, from OnTheGoSoft, produces high quality, compliant passport and identity pictures from digital camera photos.

OnTheGoSoft has released Passport Photo 1.3.2, an upgrade to their Windows program that creates passport photos from digital photos.

Passport Photo makes creating identity and passport photos a snap. Home users will find the program easy to use, and will produce compliant passport photos on their first attempt. Professionals, who need to make a large number of passport or identity photos, can use Passport Photo to do the same work at a fraction of the time it usually takes them with ordinary photo editors.

It works on digital photos taken with ordinary digital cameras. A special cropping tool takes care of photo size and composition, so that the printed results match the requirements of the passport office. You select how many copies you need, and which paper is used for printing, and Passport Photo arranges the photos - all you'll need to do is cut them.

You can use Passport Photo to print at home, using your own printer and high quality photo paper. Alternatively, you can create JPEG files for printing in a shop on any standard printing paper, for the low cost of printing regular photos.

Passport Photo comes with built-in settings for US, Canadian and European passport photo requirements, and can also handle custom dimensions.

Passport Photo runs under Windows 98/Me/2000/XP and costs $9.95(US). You can download an evaluation version from their website: http://www.onthegosoft.com

For more information, contact OnTheGoSoft 53/6 Hanesher St. Raanana 43726, Israel

(+972)-9-7746603, Email: support@onthegosoft.com

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