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Google announced new editing features for Google Photos for Android on September 30, in conjunction with the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G) launch event.
The new editor uses machine learning to suggest effects that increase the appearance of your photos, such as Enhance and Color Pop, which can be applied with a single tap to match your photos.
In terms of features for Pixel devices, the company will also be adding suggestions for making portraits, landscapes and sunsets stand out more in the coming months.
In terms of the control system, in addition to these one-tap suggestions, the editing screen for manually adjusting brightness, contrast, and saturation has also been changed, making it easier than ever to make detailed adjustments.
A new Portrait Light feature has also been added for the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a (5G). It uses machine learning to modify the lighting in a portrait, adjusting the position of the light after the photo is taken so that it's illuminated from that direction.
This feature can also be used for photos taken in modes other than portrait mode. It will also be available on other Pixel devices soon.
The new Google Photos editor feature is already available for the Android app, according to the company.
As usual, it may take a few days for it to become available to all users, but we'll be waiting in anticipation.
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