When you apply for a German Residence Permit, you are required to submit a photograph as well. As you might have heard, Germans are often strict when it comes to application requirements. The residence permit photo needs to have a specific size, background colour, face dimensions, resolution etc. Having to google requirements every time and then physically going to a photographer seems tiring and unnecessary in 2022.
PhotoForID - AI Based Photo Editing App
Artificial intelligence has been making lives easier in several aspects today. Photo editing is just one of them. Why look for a professional photographer or book an appointment at the photo studio when you can automatically generate suitable pictures using AI? With PhotoForID, all you have to do is upload a picture, select the country/photo type whose requirements you wish to match, and then wait for the tool to work its magic!
This AI powered tool is capable of running automatic quality checks on your uploaded photo. These checks ensure that the angels, colours, dimensions, resolution etc are all suitable according to your selected country’s requirements. If yes, the picture is processed further.
From resizing to cropping and from background removal to face-frame ratio, PhotoForID will take care of it all. For example, for a German residence permit, you need a light-colored, preferably grey background. In case you have a printed or uneven background in the uploaded picture, the tool will automatically replace it with an even, grey one.
Once the editing has been completed, the tool lets you download a high-quality image for digital use.
You can also download a high-resolution PDF version of your photo that is suitable for printing. For printing, you are recommended to use a matte photographic paper. Additionally, PhotoForID can also mail you physical prints of your photographs for an additional small fee.
With PhotoForID, you don’t need to worry about whether your photo will match the criteria or not. This will save you all the hassle of re-submitting your application or something similar. Now, doesn’t that sound great?