How to use Google Photos Deep Blue Feature?

Google deep blue feature

The “Deep Blue” feature in the Photos app is a filter that adjusts the colors in a photo to give it a more muted, blue-toned look. It is usually used to create a certain mood or atmosphere in the photo. To use the Deep Blue feature, open the Photos app and select the photo you want to edit. Then, tap the Edit button in the top right corner of the screen. This will bring up a set of editing tools. Tap the Filters button (which looks like three circles) and scroll through the available filters until you find the Deep Blue option. Tap on it to apply the filter to your photo. You can then use the other editing tools in the app to make further adjustments to your photo if desired.

Google photos app

Google photos app started as a simple storage and sharing service for photos and videos but recently it has introduced a new feature that is very lively and brightens your day.

This major Google Photos update hit the Play Store a few months back and has a feature called “Deep Blue” which, according to developers, enhances the aesthetics of the sky and water depicted in images.

You need to open your Google Photos app and navigate to a picture you’d like to enhance. Try to find one which features either sky or water as Deep Blue delivers some sketchy results when applied to other blue elements.

Google Photos Deep Blue Feature

Select an image or photo

Once you’ve picked an image that you feel could benefit from a bit more vibrant shades of blue, open it and tap on the pen icon featured in the center of the bottom toolbar.

This action will open an additional menu with various sliders for adjusting the light, color, and something Google refers to as “pop” of your images but is just clarity.

Google Photos Deep Blue Feature – The Deep Blue slider

Now, click on the expand icon next to the Color slider and scroll to the bottom. You should now see the Deep Blue slider depicted in the image above.

Once you’ve played with it for a bit, you’ll see that this feature is essentially a tool for regulating the vibrancy of all shades of blue depicted in your images. As such, it has limited uses, but it’s still a convenient way for highlighting a sky or water surface in your images without messing up their other elements.

However, note that using Deep Blue with other blue objects produces results that are less than stellar, so it’s recommended you stick to enhancing the wonders of mother nature until Google comes up with a better solution for selective vibrancy adjustments.

The Deep Blue feature is just a small portion of what the latest version of the Google Photos app brings to the table, so make sure to check it out and enjoy one-tap dynamic filters and other convenient options included in the update.

How to find Features in Google Photos?

Google frequently updates its applications, and new features or changes are introduced.

Google Photos is known for its machine learning capabilities, allowing users to search for images based on objects, people, or locations. It can automatically categorize photos, recognize faces, and apply various enhancements. If “Deep Blue” is a feature introduced after my last update, I recommend checking the official Google Photos release notes or Google’s official blog for the latest information.

To check for new features or updates in Google Photos:

  1. Google Photos App: Open the Google Photos app on your mobile device and navigate to the settings. Look for any recent updates or new features mentioned in the app’s settings.
  2. Google Photos Blog: Check Google’s official blog or announcements related to Google Photos. Google often shares information about new features, improvements, or updates on its blog.
  3. App Store (or Google Play Store): Visit the app store on your device (such as the Apple App Store or Google Play Store) and check the release notes for the Google Photos app. This section often provides details about recent updates and new features.
  4. Official Google Support: Visit the official Google Photos support page or community forums. Google may provide information about new features and how to use them in the support documentation.

If “Deep Blue” is a specific feature related to a third-party app or service that integrates with Google Photos, it’s recommended to check the documentation or release notes for that particular app or service.

Remember that software features can vary based on factors such as device type, operating system version, and geographic location. If the feature is not available in your region or on your device, it might be rolled out in subsequent updates.