While Google is getting the Android Nougat 7.1 update going for the Pixel and Nexus devices, it is also working on making some awesome new apps. The Mountain View company is focusing on a couple of photo editing features, one of which allows you to use Deep Blue feature in Google Photos.
For those of you who don’t know about it yet, Depp Blue is a photo editing feature that helps you turn the dull grey skies in your pictures into vibrant blues. You can even set the consistency and tone of the Deep Blue feature, so here is a guide to help you perfect your outdoor photos.
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How to use Deep Blue Feature in Google Photos
To get started, open the Google Photos app on your device and navigate to the photo that you want to edit. Once you have the photo open on your screen, press the pen icon at the bottom of the screen to open the editing menu of Google Photos.
You will be able to see three editing options at the bottom of the screen, so press the slider icons to open up additional settings. From the three slider options that you see, tap on the arrow next to “Color”, which will bring about additional photo editing options.
In this list of slider options, you can find the “Deep blue” slider at the very bottom. Simply move the slider from the center to the right side to increase the color vibrancy of the sky. You can use the same slider to make the sky appear more greyish in color as well.
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