Yes, you can get your passport photos here in the pharmacy and they are professionally done in a short amount of time?
Here at Priceline Pharmacy West Brunswick, we’ve got you covered.
Through our Global ID Studio, you can have your passport photo ID taken according to the guidelines and standards set by the Australian Government (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade). And in a matter of short time, you can have your photo printout at the pharmacy. Please see sample printout below.
Available Time: Store hours
Price: $24.95 for a sheet of 8 photos, in standard AUS size
Digital Copies through Email: $18.99 -soft copies pixeled in standard AUS size
The studio not only caters to passport photos but for any ID dimension you may need!
The video below talks about some helpful tips to prep your kids when on passport photo shooting.
Toddlers and Kids 3 Years of Age and Up:
Passport photos are priced at
for a sheet of 8 glossy photos (AUS Size)
➢Worried about how would you look great in your passport photo ID
Important passport photo guidelines you need to know:
According to the guidelines of the Australian Passport Office posted on the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website, submitting a quality photo for your passport would ensure top of the line security and more efficient processing. They make use of facial recognition technology which protects the passport holder from fraud and makes for easy access to archives. Should you not comply, your photo might not even be recognized by the system!
Things to Keep in Mind While Taking Photos
Good quality, colour gloss prints, less than 6 months old
Clear, focused image with no marks or ‘red eye’
Plain white or light grey background that contrasts with your face
Uniform lighting (no shadows or reflections) with appropriate brightness and contrast to show natural skin tone
Face looking directly at the camera and not tilted in any direction
Eyes open mouth closed
Hair off the face so that the edges of the face are visible
Neutral expression (not smiling, laughing or frowning which is the easiest way for border systems to match you to your image