When you get ready to apply for a Guinea passport, you have to make sure that you have all the required documents at hand. You will also need to fill in an application. 3 passport photos are necessary as well, and that is something iVisa Photos can help you with. Instead of going to a professional photo studio, stake your picture at home, and iVisa Photos will turn it into a government-compliant passport photo. It is as simple as it can be.
Furthermore, if you need a visa for your trip, you should check out our website. They can help you find out if you are eligible for an electronic visa, and if you are, iVisa can assist you with the online application process.
- Required photo size: 2 inches in height and 2 inches in width
- The photo you submit must be in color
- Head position: keep your head straight
- Recency: must be as recent as 6 months
- Background: white
- Smile: no
- Eyes: must be clearly visible
- Your ears should appear in the photo
- The picture must not be blurry
- Glasses: only acceptable if they do not cover your eyes
- Headgear: as a rule, no. Exceptions are made for religious purposes
- Dimensions and size (pixels): at least 600 dpi
- Attire, clothing, dress code: avoid white clothes
- Beard: it is allowed only if it shows your everyday look
- Quantity needed in application: 3
Guinea Passport Photos and Visa Photo Requirements – Rules, Guidelines, and Specifications
Although we already listed the Guinea passport photo requirements, we feel that it is necessary for you to have more information about a few of them. An improper passport photo is one of the most common causes of rejection when it comes to passport applications, and we want you to avoid all that trouble.
- The background of your picture has to be white. It cannot be even slightly colored, and it cannot have shadows or patterns on it. If you have a white wall in your house, problem solved. If, however, you do not, you can take a white sheet and hang it on a wall. That should do the trick just as well.
- When taking the picture, place your camera at eye level. It provides the best angle. Make sure to keep your head straight because both halves of your face must be equally visible. Portrait-style photos will be rejected, so do not tilt or rotate your head in any direction.
- Smiling in a passport photo or visa photo is prohibited. You can neither frown, squint nor raise your brows. You have to adopt a neutral facial expression, and the best way to do that is by relaxing your face when you take the photo.
- Look straight into the camera when taking the photograph, and make sure that your eyes are not covered by your hair or by the frames of your glasses. If the frames are too large, take them off. If you do decide to keep your eyeglasses on, make sure there is no glare in the photo. You cannot appear in your passport photo or visa photo wearing sunglasses or glasses with tinted lenses.
- Light has the potential of distorting your facial features, which is why you need to be very careful. Choose the right intensity, and make sure that there are no shadows on your face. It is best if the source of light is right in front of you when you capture the photo.
- Headwear is usually prohibited. However, if your religion does not allow you to appear with your head uncovered, you are allowed to keep on your headwear. Even so, you have to make sure that your veil does not create shadows on your face. At the same time, your face has to be visible from the top of your forehead to the bottom of your chin.
- If you usually have a beard, you are not compelled to shave it off for your passport photo or visa photo.
Rules and Requirements for Babies, Infants, and Newborn Passport and Visa Photos
Children need their own travel document, so if you want to take them on your trip, you have to apply for passports and visas for them too. Needless to say, you will have to take their picture as well. Here are some tips to help you out: -Keep in mind that there are not many differences between a child’s passport photo and an adult’s passport photo. The one worth mentioning is that it is perfectly acceptable for a child’s head to occupy less space in a passport photo. Children have, after all, smaller heads.
- When photographing your child in a car seat, remember to cover the backrest of the chair with a white layer.
- If you want to photograph your child from above, place him/her on a white sheet or blanket.
- Children must be awake when taking their picture.
- Remove any objects such as pacifiers, hats, toys, etc.
Price and Cost
Going to a professional photo studio for your passport photo or visa photos can be rather costly, which is why you will like the fact that iVisa Photos can offer high-quality services at a very low price. For a Guinea passport, you need 3 passport photos, and iVisa Photos can provide a set of 4 pictures for only $8.99. That is about 84685 GNF, depending on the exchange rate on the day you make the purchase.
How to get Guinea Passport Photos or Guinea Visa Photos Online
Now, since we explained the rules and guidelines for a valid Guinea passport photo, we want to teach you how to use iVisa Photos’ services. All you need is a decent camera from a smartphone or a tablet.
Using your camera, you have to take your picture following all the rules we mentioned above. If you do not like the first picture you take, iVisa Photos allows you to take another one free of charge. You can repeat the process until you get the photo you want.
Once you are satisfied with your photo, you have to submit it so that iVisa Photos can turn it into a government-compliant passport photo. After that, you are provided with two choices: 1.You can download the picture so that you can print it yourself. Just make sure to have photo-quality paper at hand. 2.You can give us an address, and we will mail the photos to that address.
For further information about iVisa Photos, do not hesitate to contact our customer support service.
Example of a correct photo