Finally, Google has decided to introduce new video and photo editing features for Google Photos, just to mention, these new features will only be available for Google One subscribers.
These features are related to the renewed photo editor introduced in the application months ago. However, these are not the only changes coming to the application, as there are also others available to all Google Photos users, whether they are Google One subscribers or not.
An improved video editor
The first of the new features announced today by Google consists of an improved video editor integrated into the application. In addition to simple modifications such as cropping, stabilizing, or rotating clips, this editor will also allow you to adjust the video area, change the perspective, apply filters or make adjustments to the image through brightness, contrast, saturation, and color temperature controls.
According to Google, the editor now includes more than 30 different controls. For now, this editor is already available in the version of Google Photos for iOS and will arrive on Android devices.
New Google Photos editing features for Google One subscribers
And if you have a Google One subscription plan, you will soon be able to start enjoying new exclusive features in Google Photos.
Among them, there’s an old feature you could enjoy on a Pixel device. We are talking about the possibility of adding background blur to portraits that we have captured, or the possibility of improving the lighting of portraits through the Studio Lighting tool that debuted alongside the Google Pixel 5.
Also, the company adds the “Color Pop” feature, which allows you to highlight a subject in the image through color, leaving in grayscale the background of the image.
As can be seen in the screenshot shared by Google, those effects exclusive to Google One subscribers will be indicated with a small icon with the Google colors. In addition, the company specifies that subscribers will have access to a greater number of new effects and adjustments, capable of improving images through techniques based on artificial intelligence that allow improving the quality of the photos with a single touch.
Google specifies that all these new features will begin to reach users of Google Photos and Google One over the next few days with an update.