This application enables you to create passport sized photos for a passport, license or ID
|Updated||Jan 30th 2012|
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|Crack Size||6.9 MB|
Passport Photo is a program which lets you shrink images to the size of passports, IDs, and others.
This type of tool is ideal the moment you want complete control over the picture that will be shown on your most important documents.
The interface of the tool consists of a standard window which is easy to navigate through.
So, you can get started by adding a passport photo (in the JPG, BMP, GIF or TIFF format). Now you can select the photo size (USA, UK, European Union or Brazil) and rotate the picture.
But you can also adjust the image (brightness, contrast, color, sharpness), take measurements and add text overlay (e.g. vertical and horizontal alignment, color).
Furthermore, you can print photographs or save them on your hard drive, while having the options to keep space between photos, draw cutting lines around them or rotate them. When you are done arranging the images, you can print or save them in the aforementioned formats.
In addition, you can change the interface language, save and load program settings, configure page preferences (e.g. orientation, margins, paper size and source) and enable Passport Photo Crack to automatically save settings.
The tool uses a moderate amount of system resources and includes online video tutorials. The output image quality is very good and Passport Photo didn't freeze, crash or pop up errors during our tests. Too bad the output images have a watermark on them (only in the demo version). Nevertheless, we strongly recommend this software to all users.
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