See our main passport page for passport specifications for other nationalities.
As with all EU countries Denmark has introduced biometric passports. The inclusion of a electronic biometrics holds details of the Danish passport photo and personal details. Facial recognition is used to maps the face. The distance between the eyes, and the ears are examples. These measurements are digitally encoded on the biometric chip and can be used for ID purposes and fraud prevention. These measurements can only be made from high quality passport photos. We have professional photographers and professional photographic lighting and printing equipment in our studios. Producing high quality, flattering Danish passport photos is absolutely no problem for us
There is no need to make an appointment and you will your a set of superb quality Danish Passport or Visa Photos in your hands within minutes. Our passport studios are based in London and we are open every day of the week.Our Denmark passport photos not only conform to strict international biometric standards but are also as flattering as a passport or visa photo can be.
Below is an outline of Denmark Visa and Passport Photo Requirements.
If you are concerned about your appearance and need to look your very best in your passport and visa photos then consider having a passport makeover in our studios - this will reduce the look of wrinkles, bags under the eyes and bad skin tone etc.
If our studio is too far away for you to travel to you can email us a suitable photo and we will print it out to Danish passport and Visa specifications. We will then post it to you no matter where in the world you are . For more details and guidelines to taking your own passport pictures see our online passport ordering page.
Schengen visas is issued for the purpose of a short stay in Denmark and other Schengen countries.
Short stay visas issued by Denmark can be used in the Schengen region of Europe which includes Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.