The Google Photos app is not only a photo management app but also a photo editing app with some great editing features. One of them is color pop. You can use it to keep your subject in color and have a black and white background. It’s free to use for photos with depth information (such as portrait mode), but you’ll need to purchase a Google One subscription to use it with photos without depth information.
It’s unclear what editing features Google will put behind paywalls in the future, but Google Photos’ v5.18 decomposition XDA-Developer It suggests that the app may soon get new processing options called Dynamic, HDR, and Vivid.
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