Sometimes the white balance of a photo just doesn’t look right, especially in spur-of-the-moment situations, so Google is looking to help photographers out.
Today Google announced that it is adding an auto white balance feature to Google Photos. With it, Google Photos will automatically adjust the white balance of a photo you’ve got selected, cleaning things up a bit. The app will also help with saturation and exposure if you’re so inclined, and users can alter tint and warmth, too, if they really want to get into the nitty-gritty of it.
Google confirmed the new feature will be rolling out to Android users and the web first, beginning this week. iOS users will get it “soon.”
It’s surely a welcome addition to those who use Google Photos regularly. Is Google Photos your go-to storage option these days?