SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 21 – Google Photos to iOS users allow to enhance their portrait photography with a feature that adjusts the intensity of the box.
After launching a deep editing feature at the beginning of last month that lets Android users change the bokeh of their images in Google Photos, iOS users finally have a portrait enhancement feature.
New to iOS, customize the blurred background and change the focus of portrait portrait photography.
Just pick up a portrait photo in Google Photos, click the edit icon to get to the edit menu, then touch it again to edit the depth and focus.
– Google Photos (@googlephotos) November 19, 2018
According to the tweeted Google photo this feature, all you have to do is upload a portrait photo (especially captured in portrait mode) and double-tap the edit icon to adjust the focus and depth.
From here you can change the focus on the front or the back and adjust the blur of blurriness. Additionally, the feature integrates the "Layer Color" option that will populate your subject by changing the background to black and white while the object remains in full color.
Google explained on Twitter that this is possible on Pixel 3 and 2, Moto Deployment Supporters and iOS devices that support portrait mode – iPhone 7 Plus, 8 Plus, X and all newer models. Although these devices come with a portrait-like way that treats photography in a similar way, Border he noticed that "results differ significantly" and "in some cases better" when manually performed with Google Photos.
From Monday, depth editing and Color Pop feature are available on the latest version of Google Photos for iOS. – AFP-Relaxnews