Google Photos’ new Android editor uses AI to help images pop
- Google has unveiled an updated editor of the Photo app for Android.
- It manually handles AI suggestions for editing and more.
- The pixel 4a 5G and pixel 5 photovoltaic light help to brighten the face.
Google did not work well with Android fans on its launch night with the Pixel 5 and 4A5G. Introduced It is the latest photo editor for Android and aims to enhance photos instantly not only for those with the latest devices.
The new Google Photo Editor uses machine learning to suggest changes to images that you can apply with one tap. Some are simple touches like Enhance while others are bright effects like Black and White Portrait or Color Pop. If you want to change the results, you can often see the specific changes made in a photo.
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If you like manual editing you might be happy. The updated Google for Android provides easy granular control for aspects such as brightness and saturation. Once you go to the adjustment menu, tap the desired effect and use a slider to make even the smallest changes.
Currently there is one feature that requires Pixel 5 and 4A5G. The learning of the portrait light machine depends not only on improving the lighting quality of the portrait mode photos, but also on changing the angle and brightness. Google says it works even for photos you took years ago. The lighting illumination effect taken by Apple for the new iPhone is somewhat reminiscent of this feature, but with more control over the effects.
The new Google Photo Editor is now expanding to Android devices. Portrait Lite will be coming to other Pixel phones “soon”, so do not despair if you expect similar photo tricks in your 4 Pixel.