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PhotoRoom provides photo editing software powerful enough to create outstanding images yet simple enough to be used without any training. We leverage deep learning to translate pixels into objects, drastically simplifying non-creative tasks such as removing backgrounds from images.

Our mission: enable entrepreneurs and small businesses to compose images that stand out.

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We build photo editing apps

The PhotoRoom mobile application is used daily by millions of users to create stunning images for their businesses. With just a few taps they can remove image background, add text, and effects.

We take much pride in building our apps and got featured multiple times by both Apple and Google.

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Who we are

Small team, BIG impact

We value quality over quantity when it comes to hiring. PhotoRoom is composed of individuals who care about work-life blend and personal growth.

Remarkable growth

Created in 2020, PhotoRoom is profitable and used by millions every month. We have the foundations and ambition to build a healthy fast-growing company.

Trusted by leaders

Our investors and advisors includes experts in the field: Yann LeCun, world-class accelerators: Y-Combinator, and venture capitalists: Nico Wittenborn.

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Our values

Candid feedback

We share feedback with care to challenge the status quo and keep improving what we do and how we do it.

Instant Learning Loops

We believe that fast iteration is the best way to learn. We’re not afraid of making mistakes as there is always room for improvement.

Be an artisan

We value creativity and care about our product as craftswomen and craftsmen care about their work. We get joy from seeing users creating and enjoying what we build.

They talk about us

Apple

Apple wrote about the history of PhotoRoom. From our Station F roots to translating the app early on.

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TechCrunch

TechCrunch covered our Android application launch along with our 2020 seed round ($1.2M).

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