There’s nothing more exciting than the rush while you are in a photobooth and are trying to get your props and coordinating the perfect pose before that timer runs out. We have put together a list of some of the most popular poses to try in your next photo booth opportunity.
The Surprise Lift
There is nothing more romantic than sweeping your partner off their feet. Why not do that in the photo booth just before the flash goes off and catch their surprise look? Not only will that prove to be a great laugh but will offer a great memory later on.
Blow All The Kisses
If you are looking for something slightly romantic then why not the classic, blow a kiss to the camera? This simple pose is still a flattering pose and can be admired later on. You and your partner can both blow the camera a kiss or you can blow kisses to one another.
Make The Shape of a Heart With Your Partner
For this pose, both you and your partner will make the shape of a heart with your hands. Each person uses one hand to create the pose. The heart can either be made in front of your faces or in front of the lense of the camera.
How About a Wink?
Let the tension show in the photo where one of you winks at the other in the picture. There’s nothing more romantic than a flirtatious wink while your partner looks at you. Of course the timing of the picture will need to be perfect but it offers a good keepsake.
These are just four of the poses you can make when in the photo booth app with your loved one for the perfect snap pic. Spend the time capturing those special moments with your better half as a picture is worth a thousand words.
Obtaining a passport for minors is somewhat more complicated than getting one for an adult. There is additional proof and documentation required and extra care must be taken to get all the items in order and completed correctly before a passport application will be approved and passport issued.
You need to be organized to make your passport application process go smoothly. Collect your documents and arrange for an appointment at the passport agent’s office if necessary. You are not to sign the application until you are asked to do so. You will need to have a social security number for the infant. You must go in person to the office of a passport agent.
Proof of the infant’s citizenship is required. This can be done with a certified birth certificate, naturalization certificate or citizenship certificate. You must prove that the infant is your child, either through a birth certificate listing the names of both parents or a court order that shows adoption of the child. If there is a question of custody, you will need court documents showing that you have sole custody.
Both parents must be able to provide acceptable identification from a list of allowable documents or identification form. Identification documents for the parents could include a military ID card, a driver’s license or a pasports. Other ID might be another type of government identification document.
The forms submitted by the parents have to follow a specific format and size. You can’t send copies that are smaller than actual size. Copies have to be presented on 8/5″ by 11″ white paper. Two-sided documents must have copies of each side. Both parents must provide documentation and both must sign.
Unless only one parent has official custody of the infant, both must sign the application for your child’s passport. The easiest way to accomplish this is for both parents to meet the appointment with the passport agent. Be sure you have identified alternative documentation and signature requirements before applying for the passport.
The appropriate fee must also be provided. Credit cards, checks and money orders are accepted. There are different fees for expedited service and/or overnight delivery. You will want to know all the applicable fees before purchasing a money order. The fees can vary considerably. There are additional fees for recommended services. You will want to do some research before you get ready to pay for your passports.
You will need to provide a picture for a kid’s passport. It must be two inches by two inches. The photos must be in color. You will need two identical pictures to send in with your passport application. The photos must have been taken within the last six months. They must have a white or off-white background with a front view of the full face.