Where to Get Passport Photos in Ottawa

Aside from the paperwork and the fee, the most important part of any passport application is the photograph. Without the photo the application will be rejected ,and the applicant will be forced to apply again. Finding a place in Ottawa to get passport photos taken is not difficult; there are many photographic service centers throughout Ottawa that offer to take passport photos. Some centers even do it while the customer waits.
GPC Labworks

Located at the corner of Bank Street and Gladstone Avenue, GPC Labworks is a full-service digital and film print and photography service center. GPC Labworks takes approved digital passport photos that are ready within minutes. GPC Labworks also takes other certified photographs for various types of identification, citizenship requirements, permanent residence permits and visas.

GPC Labworks
433 Bank St., Lower Level
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K2P 1Y7
(613) 567-0770
http://www.gpclabworks.com

Zoom Exposure

Zoom Exposure is a photography and camera stores located in downtown Ottawa and is easily accessible by public transportation. Zoom Exposure has been a part of downtown Ottawa since 2003 and is growing more popular every year. Zoom Exposure offers many services including wedding photography, commercial photography, passport photos, portrait, fashion/glamour and printing services.

Zoom Exposure
391a Bank St., 2nd Floor
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K2P 1Y3
(613) 845-0553
http:www.zoomexposure.com

AP Foto

Located in the Hintonburg-Mechanicsville District, AP Foto offers a wide variety of photographic services including passport photos, wedding photography, custom framing,and photo restoration. AP Foto takes country specific passport photos, assuring the correct size will be met. In addition, AP Foto takes other ID photos including for visas, the Quebec Health Card, and residence permits.

AP Foto
1242½ Wellington St.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1Y 3A4
(613) 725-1919
http://www.apfoto.com

Patrick M. Lind has been freelance writing since 2007 and has worked as an editor and journalist for ChicagoSporting.com. He received a Master of Arts in history from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and has traveled extensively throughout the United States, Europe, Asia and Middle East.

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