Portrait Depth Editing for Google Photos Comes to iOS

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 21, 2018

Apple introduced the ability to alter the depth effect in a Portrait mode photo in the iPhone XS lineup, the iPhone XR, and the new iPad Pro family. Both new features are heading to compatible iPhone models through a server-side update. Let's see some more details on it.

The results seem to vary when it comes to quality, with some images turning out better than what Apple's stock Photo app typically produces, while in other cases, photos look less than stellar.

This means that you can now adjust the blur and change the area of focus with any Portrait Mode photo you've shot with the iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max. You need to tap the subject from the photo and then move the slider to adjust the background blur as per your requirement.

To change the background blur on a Portrait Mode photo, open the picture up in Google Photos, click the editing icon, then tap the editing menu to bring up the focus and depth editing options. With the newly updated Google Photos app. You will get the edit slider when you hit the edit button again situated beneath the light and color bars. It's certainly a handy feature and gives you much greater control of photos taken in portrait mode.

If you're interested in trying out the new feature, be sure to install the latest update if you haven't already. Share your views in the comments.

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