How many times have you had the perfect photo lined up, but then someone jumped in the picture and "photobombed" you? Intentional or not, your photos would most likely be better off without some stranger in the background. Sure you can take them out later using an editing program like Photoshop, but not everyone has the time or skill.
That's exactly why Adobe has created software to remove wandering tourists and stray people from your photos. Better yet, it can all be done without a photo editor or extensive photo editing knowledge - the camera does it automatically when it snaps the photo.
The new photo technology is called Monument Mode, and it's loaded with a new algorithm that can tell the difference between things that are moving and ones that are standing still. Once it finds moving objects, like someone walking through the background, it can remove them with just one tap.
Believe it. Actor Nick Offerman and Adobe communications manager Kim Chambers demonstrated this technology at the Adobe MAX conference on Oct. 6, 2015. See it in action in the video below.
There's no word on when this technology will be available to everyone, but you can believe that it will be a game-changer when it is. Stay tuned to the Komando.com Happening Now page for all the latest news on this story as it breaks.