Google has added a new option to its photo editor, which lets you choose which photos you want to blur.
The new option, “Blur photos”, will be shown in the options menu.
Blur can be used to improve a photo’s quality or clarity by removing distracting background detail, which is the main reason why many people blur their photos to get the best quality.
To blur a photo, simply tap the new “Blurred” option in the photo editor.
You can choose from the default options of removing background noise, crop and white balance, and you can also choose to use a combination of the two.
Blurring will also work with the “Blame” option, which can be shown as “blame” in the picture editor.
To set the blur effect, tap the “Add” button in the menu.
Once the blur option is added, you will be prompted to set the “blur” to the blur image you want it to blur, and to adjust the quality to fit your photo.
You may have noticed the “Camera” option is gone from the photo editing menu.
Google is taking the opportunity to remove it, and the other options have been moved into the options tab.
Blurred photos will also be available to “Add Photos” and “Add Pictures” in Google Photos, and they will be added to your “Recent Photo” folder.