Google has announced two new improvements to the Google+ photos app- Auto Awesome Effects and non-destructive editing. Now users will be able to go back and tweak a previous edit, and G+ will apply filters to photos as a part of the Auto Awesome process.
You can re-edit your photos while keeping the original version intact. To access this feature, you can open a photo previously edited in the Chrome editor and click on the new button in the bottom left-hand corner of the editing tools pane called “Edits.” This displays the number of edits already made to the photo including the original photo. You are given the option to edit or discard each change and even copy and paste edits to another photo.
There already are cool filters available in Google+ photos, but now “Auto Awesome Effects,” will automagically apply those filters to a picture. You can always adjust the effects this feature applies to your photos or simply discard them and get the original picture back. The Auto Awesome Effects can be applied to any “land or cityscape photo.” It is unclear if the feature will expand to other categories of pictures in the future.
With the use of Auto Upload, Highlights, Auto Awesome, and other automatic features Google is doing as much as possible behind the scenes so that users do not have to do too much while editing their photos.Google Updates Google+ Photo Editor: Edit Previous Edits and Add Auto Awesome Effects to Your Photos!,