How To Protect Holiday Pictures From Becoming Irrelevant After A Breakup

So, the holidays are here and you’re planning to introduce that new person in your life to the whole gang. Sure, everything’s great now, but what if something goes wrong a few months down the road. How so? You break up – and you’re never allowed to enjoy the season that was because she’s in every great picture. What do you do then…delete them? Fortunately, this is the digital age…and a little planning can make photoshopping or cutting them out a breeze.

  • All important family members should be in the center of every photo. Plan out the picture with the person in-question on the far side…always. That way should things not work out, it’s easier to trim them away.
  • While having shots of the entire group together is nice, insist on several family-only photos. That way, you can still have the family memories to enjoy without having to be reminded that someone you want to forget was there.
  • When posting on Instagram’s carousel feature, make sure the first pic is just of the family…without them. That way, when you delete the photo with your ex in it, it won’t be so obvious that you’d done some editing.

It might also help to be selective as to which pictures you share with the family, so you can make sure some photo you forgot they had doesn’t come back to bite you in the ass or bring up painful memories.


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