"I like it. It eliminates a lot of the waste. And the customers like it too because they can look at the images before they're printed and if there's one they don't like, which is often, we can shoot again," Bogosian said.
She added that she shoots about a hundred passport photos a month.
Bogosian noted that since digital is not as forgiving as film, getting the lighting right is crucial.
"Once you have the lighting right, the results are good."