- Open a Photo in Google Photos
- Tap the Pencil to get into edit mode
- Tap the Adjustments Tool and you'll see Pop at the bottom
- Drag the Pop slider to the right to increase Pop
This is one of those things where it's a lot easier to show you than to describe it. Here are some examples of photos with the original on the left and with Pop added on the right.
Original Photo with Pop
Realize that I picked good examples of pictures where Pop makes a difference. It won't always make a big difference, and sometimes you may not like what it does to a picture. But it's such a simple edit to try - why not? You can always drag the slider back down to the left where it started.
Chris Guld is President and Teacher-in-Chief at GeeksOnTour.com. She has been in computer training and support since 1983. She is now a Top Contributor for the Google Photos Forum, owner of the LearnGooglePhotos.com blog, and author of Mrs. Geek's Guide to Google Photos.
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Should I use Pop before adjusting the Light and Color sliders, or after?ReplyDelete