SAN FRANCISCO, November 21 – Google Photos allows iOS users to develop portrait photos with a feature that adjusts the bokeh density.
At the beginning of last month, iOS users finally have portrait-enhancing features when a depth-editing feature is made available that allows Android users to change the bokeh density of their images in Google Photos.
Set new, background blur in the iOS and change the focus of your photo in portrait mode.
Take a portrait photo in Google Photos, click the edit icon to access the edit menu, then tap it again to edit the depth and focus.
– Google Photos (@googlephotos) November 19, 2018
According to Google Photos & # 39; tweet, which introduces this feature, all you have to do is to double-tap on the edit icon to load the portrait photo (especially shot in the camera in Portrait mode) and adjust the focus and depth.
From here, you can turn the focus into the foreground or background and adjust the intensity of the blur. In addition, this feature also integrates a "Color Pop" option that changes your subject to full black and white, changing the background to black and white.
Google, Twitter & # 39; in this arrangement of Pixels 3 and 2, in addition to supporting depth photos Moto devices, Portrait mode, supporting iOS devices (iPhone 7 Plus, 8 Plus, X and newer models) announced that possible. Although these devices have a portrait mode that handles photographs in a similar way, Anger When done manually with Google Photos, he stated that "the results are noticeably different" and "in some cases better".
As of Monday, both depth editing and the Color Pop feature are available in the latest version of Google Photos for iOS. – AFP-Relaxnews