We’ve all experienced the annoyance of having our holiday pictures obstructed by tourists dawdling in the foreground. You just want to get that perfect photo posing with the Leaning Tower of Pisa and pretend like you’re holding it up – we get you. Well, Adobe has provided a solution for that. As reported by The Verge, Adobe unveiled at the MAX conference earlier this week a new tech feature that essentially “fixes” photos in real-time. Drastically cutting down photo-editing time, you can see in the demonstration that the camera will register the figures in front of the monument and essentially erase them immediately. As Adobe explains, the feature “uses a new algorithm to distinguish moving objects from fixed ones.” To see the feature in action, check out the video above.