Donald Trump made history on Thursday as the first former US president to submit to a mugshot when he appears at an Atlanta jail to face criminal charges of trying to overturn his 2020 election defeat in Georgia.
Mr Trump was able to dodge the humiliation of having a mugshot taken during his arrests this year.
They were in New York on charges of paying hush money to an adult film star, in Florida for mishandling top secret government documents, and in Washington on charges of conspiring to reverse his 2020 election loss.
But Fulton County Sheriff Pat Labat said standard procedure in Georgia is for a defendant to have a mugshot taken before they are released on bond.
The businessman-turned-politician who for years hosted a reality-TV show is joined the ranks of gangster Al Capone, crooner Frank Sinatra and other high-profile Americans who have posed for jailhouse photographs.
The image is certain to be circulated widely by Mr Trump's foes and supporters.
Fake mugshots have circulated online since shortly after he was first indicted in Manhattan in March.
Some of his co-defendants already have been booked: Rudolph Giuliani, the former New York mayor, was stone-faced in his mugshot, while lawyer Jenna Ellis smiled.
Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell, Trump's former chief of staff Mark Meadows and Trump's election lawyer John Eastman were also photographed.
A former Justice Department official, Jeffrey Clark, had his photo taken during booking too.
Joining them were members of the alleged fake electors scheme: Kenneth Chesebro, David Shafer, Ray Smith, Cathy Latham, Robert Cheeley, Shawn Still. A Trump operative, Scott Hall, has also turned himself in.
Other individuals involved —Stephen Cliffgard Lee, Misty Hampton, Harrison William Prescott Floyd and Michael Roman — had their booking photos taken too.
All 19 defendants must surrender by Friday.
Agencies contributed to this report