Photographs must be
Photographs must also
- Photographs of children aged six and over must meet the full format requirements set out in this guidance.
- Photographs of children aged five and under must show a clear image that is a true likeness of the child. As young children can be difficult to photograph, children aged five and under do not need to have a neutral expression or to look directly at the camera, but they must face forward and meet all other format requirements.
- In addition, babies under one year old do not need to have their eyes open even though this is preferable. All other requirements must be met. If the baby‟s head needs to be supported, the supporting hand must not be in the picture.
- If you have difficulty in meeting these conditions, you should use a photographer instead of a photo booth.
Please also note that the photographs provided by you become part of our official records and we will not return them.