The latest Google Photos update adds a reworked video processing experience, with options for cropping, editing perspective, granular processing (brightness, contrast, saturation, color warmth), and built-in filters. Previously, the built-in video editor only allowed changing the length, applying software stabilization, and rotating the content.
Google One members get additional photo processing options, which until now were exclusively available on Pixel phones. These include Portrait Blur and Portrait Light, which rely on machine learning to blur the background and add light to the faces of already created photos. There are also Blur and Color Pop filters, which add depth information to photos created without portrait mode.
Dynamic Recommendations and Sky Recommendations will automatically display colors and adjust the contrast in photos, to make them more attractive. These features will be available to all Google One members, with devices running at least Android 8.0 and having 3GB of RAM or more.