One of the peskiest things about your vacation photos is that wherever you go nowadays, there is a crowd of tourists there! This means that those fantastic shots of you at the Eiffel Tower, or at Machu Picchu are more of the other travelers than of you or the destination! However, thanks to Adobe, these picture perfect moments without the crowd may be achievable through the use of smartphone technology.
Avoid Photobombs (Though I’d Take This One of Zach Braff)
At its MAX Conference earlier this month, Adobe revealed a feature called Monument Mode that can automatically remove nuisances (like other people) from your photos taken by your cell phone. You can watch a fascinating demonstration of the technology, which appears to be able to distinguish between stationary and movable objects, and gradually diminished the photobomber (in this case, comedian Nick Offerman) to small smudges and then to nothing.
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