I'm writing an application to the government, and as part of identification they are asking for 9 recent photos of a certain size. I don't feel like shelling out big bucks to a photographer for doing something I am perfectly capable of myself, but I'm not too sure about the best way to print my photos. I do have a Brother MFC - 795cw printer that was left here from my landlord. I have not tried printing photos with it yet, so I do not know anything about the quality. I am considering getting glossy paper, taking the photos with my dslr and tripod and resizing the photos to the desired proportions and then print them myself. However, a better option may be to go to one of the photo booths they have at certain grocery stores and drugstores. My problem then, however, is that I do not know if those machines will let me print the photos in the very specific size restrictions that I have for a reasonable price? I basically don't want to waste my time running around for glossy paper or trying to work those photo machines, so I'm just wondering if anyone has any experience with either solution and can recommend me the best route to go? cheers.