This surprisingly useful website removes your ex from all your photos
Love isn’t in the air.
Picture this: you’ve gone on a mind-blowingly good holiday to some exotic clime and have folders and folders full of breathtaking photographs that you love to bits. The only issue? The ex in half of the photos who you no longer love to bits. Enter Edit My Ex, a British service that will airbrush your ex-partners out of your photos (sorry, they can’t airbrush them in real life too).
What better time than Valentine’s Day to say “I don’t love you anymore” and remove the superfluous person from your treasured memories. After all, just because you aren’t with them anymore doesn’t mean that you didn’t enjoy those times. Unless you didn’t, in which case you probably don’t have any photos to retouch by Edit My Ex as you’ve deleted/torn/burnt them all.
While you could try to learn the intricacies of Photoshop yourself, it’s probably easier and less stressful to get someone else to do it. Edit My Ex has a portfolio of skilled Photoshop experts who will lovingly edit your ex out of your snaps. I don’t know if they can replace them with a cat as this woman’s sister did, but maybe that can be a special tier down the road.
Until then, the crack team can salvage your snaps. Just be aware that some pictures might be too complicated without losing quality, so you might not lose your ex but at least you won’t lose your cash.
To airbrush your ex out of your life, Edit My Ex charges £8.99 (almost $12) for a single photo but goes down to £6.99 (around $9) per photo for 4+. That might be worth it if you want to save those vacation pics, after all, it’s a lot cheaper than booking another holiday. Plus, you might really like how you looked in that image, a moment in time that’s never going to happen again. Isn’t that worth a few bucks?
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