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Google expands Photos depth-editing feature to Apple users

Google Photos is letting iOS users enhance their portrait photos with a feature that adjusts bokeh intensity. After rolling out a depth-editing feature early last month that allows Android users to change the bokeh intensity of their images in Google Photos, iOS users finally have the portrait-enhancing feature, too. https://twitter.com/googlephotos/status/1064542146781302784 According to thetweetby Google Photos on Nov. 19 announcing this feature, all you have to do is upload a portrait photo (specifically taken in Portrait mode from the camera) and tap the editing icon twice to adjust the focus and depth. From here, you can change the focus to the foreground or background a...

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