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The requirements for documentary photographs are different, in particular in terms of size and framing. If you want to get a professional photo that is suitable for different documents, normally the best solution is to choose a universal photo with pre-set size. For instance, for a given format: 45 x 45 mm - meaning 4,5 on 4,5 cm, you can use the cropping tool available on our page. Shortly we will adapt your photograph to the requirements of the office or institution. Thanks to this simple procedure, you will save money and time on searching for a photographer who will take professional document photographs in the format you need. Not always at a photography studio there is the possibility to print photographs with dimensions of 45 on 45 milimetres or 4,5 x 4,5 cm, therefore, using photo cropping tool with automatic framing option may be the best solution.
As a general rule a document photo ought to have a uniform background. The background colour itself may vary depending on the specific document. Commonly, however, it is a bright background, often white (#ffffffff) or light grey (for instance #fefefe), however, there may be a particular background requirement of red colour - #fa1212. With passport-photo.online cropping tool you can get a photograph with a uniform bright background. All you have to do is 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 [email protected]
The equivalents of a 45 x 45 milimetres photo are:
In the case of photographs only in electronic version, it is crucial to maintain the right proportions, i.e. the ratio of the 45 milimetres width to the 45 milimetres height. Depending on the resolution (dpi) of the printout, these can be considerably different regarding dimensions expressed in pixels (px). E.g., these can be the dimensions: