Use this manual if don’t have time to read
MAKING A PERFECT PHOTO FOR A FAKE ID
When you order a fake ID, there is just one thing that fully depends on you — the photo of yours that you send us. If you make a blurry, dark or scruffy photo, you significantly reduce the efficiency and reliability of your fake ID. We cannot fix a bad photo, no matter how hard we try. To help you make the most of your $70 investment in the fake ID, we have prepared this guide on making a good photo for it.
- GET A NEW BLUE BACKGROUND POSTER
You can get a blue background poster for less than $5, almost in every store. It makes your photo at least twice better, if not perfect. Do not take a photo against a textured background or a shrunken surface — they look 100% lame. With a solid light blue background, you get the photo that is identical to the real DMV photos.
(UPD. It’s OK to make a photo on a white or grey background. We will do all necessary Photoshop magic :))
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- USE GOOD DIGITAL CAMERA AND A GOOD DIRECT FLASH
Place the camera directly ahead of you. The flash should leave all the shadows behind you. Do not try to take a selfie, a webcam photo or a low-resolution picture by your phone. Get a good digital camera with a direct flash, take a good full-face photo and make sure that you do not have any extraneous shadows on it. Photo scans are not suitable; you have to make your own high-resolution photo.
- MAKE A NEAT HAIRCUT
Do not wear glasses or sunglasses, or any other artificial things on your face, when you take the photo. Make sure that your clothing is contrasting against the background and your skin and hair. You have to look neat and well-conditioned, if you want your photo looking official. Avoid your face covered by hair, or flyaway hair. Avoid scruffy clothes or haircut.
Is a white background with faded patterns okay?
It’s totally OK, we will do all Photoshop magic.
I recently have a photo taken at Costco for passport. Will that work if i scan it?