Google Photos for iOS Gets Updated with Depth Control

Google has revealed the latest version of Google Photos for iOS that comes with adjustable depth and focus for portrait mode shots. This feature was previously available for Android only.  Now a person having iPhone and a new version of Google Photos will be able to pull up a portrait mode picture, tap the editing icon, and then tap it one more time to edit depth and focus through sliders.

Portrait mode depth editing comes to Google Photos for iOS

One can do it in Apple’s own Photos app if you own an iPhone XS, XS Max or iPad Pro. Older iPhones were unable to adjust portrait mode depth after shots were taken. However, now it’s a reality.

Along with this, Google photos for iOS is also receiving a colour pop feature. This feature keeps the subject of your portrait mode shot saturated in colour but changes the background to white and black.  Previously this was suggested by Google Assistant inside photos would suggest applying this treatment to any specific image. Now it can be done manually for every single side just according to your need.

Google Photos previous Update May Brings New Color Pop Effects and Manual Bokeh. Color Pop filter is available in the editing tools when you start modifying a picture. Whereas the manual bokeh option is listed under edits. Both features are now available for some Google Photos users. However, it will soon be available for all users.

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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