We’ve all seen the passport photos that have popped up on Pinterest and Instagram.
Now we’re starting to see them all the time.
We love those photos, and we love taking them.
We even love the fact that it’s a photo and not a photo.
The reason being is because the photos we see on Pinterest are a snapshot of the person in the photo, not the actual photo itself.
They’re snapshots of the people in the image, but not of the actual person in that photo.
We know that some people like that, and some people don’t.
But what about the rest of us?
What if you’re not a passport photographer?
Well, what about people who are?
You can still take a photo of yourself and use that as a reference.
You don’t need to take the photo yourself.
You just need to use that photo to represent your image.
So, if you have a photo you like, why not share it with the world?
Well if you’ve already shared it on Instagram or Pinterest, you might want to do the same thing.
If you have Instagram, you can tag your photo with the hashtag #photo_to_go.
The tag will allow you to easily share it on other social media platforms as well.
We’ve been using this hashtag on Pinterest, too.
We also love to use it on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Now, if the photo you want to take isn’t available on any of those platforms, we suggest tagging your photo and asking your friends or followers to tag you with the #photo to go.
Then, the photos will automatically appear on the photo app for you to take.
We’re starting off with Instagram, but we’re sure we’ll expand as more photo app and photo app platforms get launched.
And if you can’t find your photo on Pinterest or Instagram, then you can always tag your passport photo on Facebook and Twitter as well to have it appear on those platforms too.
If that’s not an option, you could always use your passport selfie to send your passport to someone else.
If there’s a great photo you can use for a passport selfie, please let us know in the comments below.
Now you know what we think of passport selfies, and how to take them with your passport.