Half an hour away from his second class in preparation to eventually getting his driving licence, my son comes into my room musing "Oh dang, now I forgot to get my photo taken, I need one in passport size for the licence, and it would have been best to give the instructor all the necessary things TONIGHT." We searched through my boxes, and his latest session with a real and true studio photographer was 2 years ago and his hair only about 5 mm long. No way he would want THAT "ancient old" photo in his licence. OK, says mommy, pull down the screen, I'll take one and print it, and let's hope he'll accept a printed photo through a normal computer printer. And I take his photo, with daddy as assistent, holding up the makeshift "reflector" (white board), using day light from the side (on a dull, grey day). No chance to do anything but convert it and print it. With this he has now left for his driving school: I know - MANY changes could still have been done, but ... this was a very impromtu rush job (just like usual passphoto jobs in studios for 12,50 for a set of four small piccies).