In a few days, Google Photos will stop being free in Europe and the rest of the world. This will be a major change for many users, who are even considering switching to another cloud storage system.
However, the engineers of this app keep improving it to give more reasons for users to stick with it, even though it’s paid.
Google Photos launches Sharpness and Noise tools
The last two functions that have been added are tools to edit our images, to increase the quality.
On the one hand, we have the function Improve sharpness, which allows you to increase the detail of an image by highlighting the edges and making photos appear more streamlined. Of course, if we go too far, we may come across a problem that some mobile’s camera apps have, called over-sharpening, and that’s that they enhance the edges too much.
The other function is called Reduce noise and it almost does the opposite. Try filling in any artifact or grain areas looking for even tones that increase the feeling that the image is not lacking in resolution.
Both features can be found in the image editing menu and are highlighted with an orange icon to let the user know they are new. These are not paid features and anyone can use them even if they have the free version of Google Photos from July 1.
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