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Turn your photos into art works with the latest from Google

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Turn your photos into art works with the latest from Google

Google Arts & Culture is Google arts app, which this year introduced a large number of new jobs that we can enjoy in Spain. From turning your photos into works of art in a series of educational games, the app becomes a popular choice among users. Now, they leave us with a new job.

Art filter is the name of this new function in the app, as a result of which you will be able to transform yourself into a work of art. So, you can be Van Gogh or Frida Kahlo in one of their photos, to learn more about them, or be Permeer's Perarl Girl, among many others. A great way to learn about these activities.

Google Arts & Culture is Google arts app

The idea is that in addition to using this filter and thus transforming yourself into a work of art directly, too go learn more about history and content

of those activities. Before applying the filter, Google Arts & Culture has a screen with information about the artwork you will use. So it will help you to know more about how this drawing is made.

To promote this work, the company team worked on intelligence principles for installation, security and privacy as a key focus area. Because of the unpopular use of taxpayers we see, the items in these drawings are allowed to be placed naturally on your head or in response to the look on your face, for example. To use this feature, you must follow these steps:

  1. Open Google Arts & Culture on your phone.
  2. Tap the rainbow camera icon at the bottom of the screen.
  3. Choose an art filter.
  4. You accept.
  5. Select the filter you want to apply.
  6. Click Apply Filter.

If you like the filter you used, the application gives you the ability to share those photos or videos taken with friends. So you can share your transformation into a work of art with anyone. You can now try these filters in a new version of the app, now available in the Google Play Store.

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