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    Default how do to resize or crop a picture for a passport

    Anybody here can kindly advice on how do to resize or crop a picture for a passport size photo? thanks

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    Default Re: how do to resize or crop a picture for a passport

    Check the http://www.ica.gov.sg/index.aspx# website for exact size and requirements and use any editing software to size it to the requirements.

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    Default Re: how do to resize or crop a picture for a passport

    yup.
    You can just use the Nikon PictureProject software (if you don't have anything better installed on your PC) and resize accordingly.
    I think file size needs to be < 60kB or something. Quite small.
    There is a requirement on the resolution of the image (width and height).
    Exploring! :)

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    Default Re: how do to resize or crop a picture for a passport

    Most likely you need to use the "save for web" settings to get the image size down to the requirement.

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    Default Re: how do to resize or crop a picture for a passport

    Check the ica requirement as suggested. Use any software to crop it.

    IMO, would be easier if you need a print out copy, just use those ID photo sations located at a lot of places to do the work, easy and clear, definately meet the requirement.
    If you need a soft copy, just scan the ID photo you got.
    Last edited by Shen siung; 24th May 2009 at 04:54 PM.

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