AU Baby Passport Photo: Take Valid Shots Now

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Infant Passport Photo
At Home in 4 Steps

1. Upload a casual photo

Use your smartphone, tablet or digital camera to take a usual picture of your baby and upload it here. Your image can have any size and background: in the following steps, they will be changed according to the standards for Australian baby passport photos.

2. Preview the converted picture

In a matter of minutes, we will crop the uploaded photo to the baby passport photo size and remove its background. Once it's done, you will see a preview of your new infant passport picture—if you don't like it, you can retry as many photo shots as you want.

3. Choose your option

If you like your infant passport photo preview, choose one of the two options. Option one: get your compliant picture as it is instantly. Option two: have your baby passport photo checked once more by a trained expert to be on an even safer side.

4. Get your kid's passport photos

Whatever option you pick, you will get a valid child passport photo that meets the official standards. What's more, your picture will be ready to go: you can have your baby passport photo printed in any store or use a print-and-ship service.

Get Printed Child Passport Photos

  1. Take a baby photo with a face-on view
    STEP 1
    Upload a photo to prepare
  2. download your own australia passport photo
    STEP 2
    Get ready-made pictures

Why Get Australian Baby Passport Photo Here

  1. Quick and Easy Passport Pictures

    Get your Australian baby passport photo in no time! Have your biometric image prepared and verified, then get your passport pictures printed on premium-quality photo paper whenever you want. To begin, push the Upload button.
  2. Pick-Up and Shipping Options

    Once your baby's passport photos are prepared and checked, you can either have them printed at any local store and pick up your printouts on the same day or have your baby passport photo prints delivered to your address using a print-and-ship service.
  3. Manual Photo Verification

    To ensure you and your child get it right the first time, a trained expert will check your baby's passport photo (the size, background, lighting, baby's head proportions, etc.). You'll be in line with the baby passport photo standards!
  4. Guarantee of Acceptance

    Newborn, infant or toddler—whatever the age, 99.7% of the child passport photos made and verified in the PhotoBooth Online service are approved by the Australian passport office without any delays. Satisfaction guaranteed!
  5. Stress-Free Photos

    Eliminate all the hassle and create an infant passport photo here without any stress for your baby or yourself. You won't have to worry about any technicalities or do anything by yourself with a valid child passport picture.
  6. Never Leave Home

    Make an Australian infant passport photo right at home: our service is open 24/7 for you to get as many photo shots as you want. There is no easier way to get a passport-size photo for infants and children. Save time, money and hassle!

Baby Passport Photo Australia FAQ

  1. How to take a baby passport photo by yourself?

    If you want to take a compliant picture without using PhotoBooth Online, follow the below steps:

    1. Dress Your Child as Usual: Avoid colours that are excessively bright or may match a grey or white background. Remember that hair and head coverings as well as accessories are forbidden (the only exception is glasses which can be kept on for medical reasons only).
    2. Find a Well-Lit Room: If possible, avoid using artificial lights and find a place with lots of natural daylight instead. If it’s too bright (for example, if there’s direct sunlight), use curtains to diffuse it.
    3. Arrange a Plain Light-Coloured Background: put a light-grey or white bed sheet on a flat surface—and then place your child on it. Make sure that your improvised background is plain: there can’t be any marks, creases, or patterns on it. If your kid can already sit or stand up straight, you can use a plain wall as your backdrop.
    4. Make Your Kid Comfortable: In baby passport photos, children must keep a neutral facial expression with their eyes open and mouth closed (it can only be open if your kid is under three). So, do your best to calm your baby down. You can try to soothe him or her by singing—or holding a toy above your camera to grab the attention.
    5. Prepare a Camera: It’s easiest to use the one in your smartphone if it’s high-quality. Just open the camera settings and set up your aspect ratio at 35×45—and you’re ready to go!
    6. Take Pictures from the Right Angle: Hold your camera above the baby in a way that his or her head and neck are fully visible. Make sure there aren’t any extra objects (like toys or dummies) in the frame and you’re not visible either. See that there aren’t any visible shadows on his or her head, chin, or upper body. Then, wait for a moment when your child’s look is focused on the camera—and take multiple pictures.
    7. Pick the Best Photo: Scroll through the snapshots you’ve just taken and pick the best one. By ‘best’ we mean the most compliant picture when compared to the above-mentioned standards. Also, your picture must have proper contrast and exposure without the ‘red-eye’ effect. Important note: do not post-edit—digitally enhanced pictures will be rejected.

    If you want to double-check your snapshot against the standards for Australian baby passport photos, you can upload it here, to PhotoBooth Online. If anything is wrong rules-wise, we’ll crop your photo and position the face, neck, and shoulders properly—to guarantee you meet the rules.

  2. What should babies wear for Australian passport photos?

    In a nutshell, casual clothes of neutral colours will be a perfect choice (make sure they’ll make a clear contrast with the plain white background).
    Plus, there are a few other dress code rules:

    • No hats or other head coverings
    • No visible hair accessories
    • Religious attire is allowed as long as doesn’t cover the baby’s face
    • No glasses (except those worn for medical reasons, but they can’t obscure the kid’s eyes or have any reflections in their lenses)
    • No accessories like toys, pacifiers
    • No other objects (like the pram) or people (like the parents) can be in the photo
  3. Where to get a baby passport photo taken?

    The Australian Passport Office recommends that you take your pictures in one of the following places:

    • Post offices
    • Chain stores
    • Professional photo studios
    • Camera shops
    • Pharmacies

    However, post offices are the only places where you can be sure the staff will take your baby’s passport photos. Other places may not offer this service, so it’s better to phone them ahead and make sure.
    As a more time-efficient alternative, you can get digital and printed baby passport photos using an online service like PhotoBooth Online.

  4. How is PhotoBooth Online better than the other options?

    • It Works Instantly on Any Device: Whether you’re on iPhone, Android, PC, or Mac, you can access our tool right in your browser—from anywhere, in a matter of seconds.
    • We Guarantee Compliance: When preparing each Australian baby passport photo, we make sure it has the correct size, colour, and background—in line with the Passport Office guidelines.
    • No Booking is Needed: You won’t need to sign up or make an appointment—take your photo right now!
  5. How to print an Australian baby passport photo?

    There are three ways to do that:

    • Use Our Print-and-Ship Service: If you get a verified digital picture in PhotoBooth Online, you’ll be able to have it printed on high-quality paper in 4 copies. Then, you can have these prints delivered right to your doorstep in no time.
    • Print in a Store: Prepare a printable 4×6″ template, visit any photograph printing centre nearby (like Officeworks or one of the post offices), and ask the staff to help you—they’ll know what to do.
    • Print by Yourself: You can do the whole thing at home as long as you have a photo printer and professional colourful photo paper. Prepare a 6×4″ (10x15cm) template with your pictures, then use your PC/phone and photo printer to print out the photos.