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The requirements for documentary photos may vary, especially in terms of size and framing. If you want to obtain a professional photograph that is suitable for various documents, usually the best solution is to choose a universal photograph with pre-set size. For example, for a given format: 30 x 40 mm - that is 3 on 4 centimetres, you can use the cropping tool available on our page. a moment we will adapt your photograph to the requirements of the office or institution. Thanks to this easy procedure, you will save time and money on searching for a photographer who will take professional photographs for documents in the size you need. Not always at a photography studio there is the possibility to print photographs with dimensions of 30 on 40 mm or 3 x 4 centimetres, so, using photo maker with option of automatic framing may be the best solution.
Often a photograph for a document should have a uniform background. The background colour itself can vary depending on the specific document. Commonly, however, it is a bright background, usually white (#ffffffff) or light grey (for instance #fafafa), nevertheless, there can be a particular requirement regarding background of light blue colour - #1292fa. With passport-photo.online cropping tool you can get a photograph with a uniform bright background. Just upload any photograph to the form above and our Background Removal Tool will do its job and you will get a photo on the perfect bright background. Soon, there will also be an option to choose a specific background color. If you need it now, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The equivalents of a 30 x 40 milimetres size photograph are:
In the case of electronic version photos only, it is crucial to maintain the right proportions, i.e. the ratio of the 30 milimetres width to the 40 mm height. Depending on the resolution (dpi) of the printout, these may be very different concerning sizes expressed in pixels (px). E.g., these can be the dimensions: