As posted on Google Photos Will Now Automatically Adjust the White Balance of Photos
Google Photos is getting a tweak that will automatically adjust the white balance on your photos. While this seems small, it can significantly improve your yellowish indoor shots.
To check out the new white balance feature, open up a photo in Photos, tap the edit button, and then tap the “Auto” option. This will adjust the saturation, exposure, and now, the while balance as well. This is most noticeable for indoor photos that tend to get bring along the weird yellow tinge of light bulbs, but even outdoor street lights can cause issues. The new auto white balance feature should be available on both the web and most Android devices right now, with the iOS app following suit soon.
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