Make UK passport photos or visa photos at home

Do you need to renew your British passport, extend your stay in Great Britain, get a driving licence or apply for a visa to another country? Are you looking for places to take passport photos in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol, Glasgow, Leeds, Newcastle, Southampton, Cardiff or elsewhere?

At the time when the Premier League is put on hold and Liverpool FC's first title in so many years is at risk, where would you go for a passport photo? Is it a photo booth? Or a photo studio across the road? No, it's online! is your answer.

How do you take photos for a passport or driving licence at home using Visafoto online service?

All you need is a smartphone and the internet. Make sure your smartphone is made in China or Korea, as they have already put a stop to the coronavirus. "Designed in California" is also a good choice.

Taking passport photo at home

The instructions are simple:

When your picture is done, upload it to It converts your selfie into a professional photo. The service automatically sets the required size, adjusts the background, correctly positions the face. It knows all smallish requirements for every photo type out there, be it a UK passport or Indian visa, let alone a Republic of Ireland employment permit (are you dreaming of moving to Dublin after Brexit, eh?). The process takes just seconds. And the support people are there for you 24x7 if there is any problem.

Is expensive?

Yes! It is the most expensive photo service in the world! Only £7 GBP per photo, that is.

Is Visafoto reliable?

Photos made at have a 99.7% acceptance rate. It means chances that your photo is rejected is much less than chances to contract Covid-19 if you are alone on Mars (but still using Chinese food delivery). So, in that rare case you get a 100% refund.


And take passport photos at home. Thanks to Visafoto you can get photos for every single document worldwide, including:

How do I print out a photo that I made online at Visafoto?

Most of the applications mentioned above can be submitted online, so there no need to print anything. So please stick to the online application, #stayathome.

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