Let's look at the problem in this way: What is a photo?
A photography or piece of film (analog or digital) or even a painted artwork is a snippet of the moment, burned into a medium forever. One might say, on a purely metaphysical level, it captured a piece of the soul of the human or it freezes time for the depicted scene. In all means, its depiction is very strongly bound to the moment it was taken, less to the people depicted. Vampires just don't show up in them nicely, they... lack the soul to be captured, so appear blurry.
Now, when getting embraced the human dies. Only some time later, when infused with vampire blood and finishing the transformation, a kindred is born. The soul is not staying to be the kindred's for all this time, it is gone. In all means, they are metaphysical separate entities - a human and an undead.
Now, what happens to pictures of a human that just happened to die? Their materials age and can be destroyed, but that's it. They are bound to the moment of their creation mainly, and that moment had a human being photographed. Some day, the picture will get faded or lost, but until then, the picture stays. It will be a constant reminder of the person that once was, unaffected by the monster that now is. The bond of the picture to the vampire is... weak at best and shouldn't affect the picture at all.
The ID question
Now, as pictures don't change what is depicted if no supernatural force tampers with it, you might get away with using your old ID for quite some time, like a dozen years. Then you get to the day when you will have to change your birthday...
Now, what is a picture of a picture? It depicts what the picture used to show. It is bound to the state of the picture at that point in time, which again is bound to the state of reality as it was when taken... You might hand a picture of your picture in. Or a fresh copy of the picture, if you still have the negatives. You might retouch the picture some to try to adress changes to your looks - like exchange the visible part of the clothing.