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How Many Pixels Is a Passport Photo?

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Normally pixels are square, but their size is not specified. For example on a computer screen there may be about 100 pixels per inch. Since a passport photo will be 2'x2', the size of the image will be 1060 pixels by 1060 pixels. So, each 2' by 2' passport photo would be 600x600 = 360,000 pixels.
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