Facebook Auto-Enhance Will "Fix" Your Photos For You

Facebook Auto-Enhance Will "Fix" Your Photos For You

December 19, 2014

Just about every smartphone app is out to give you a hand in improving your mobile photography skills. While other apps tried to make picture editing easier for us by offering a variety or ready-made filters, Facebook decided to take the bull by the horns and auto-correct your Facebook photos for you.


Facebook has rolled out some changes to its mobile offerings recently, such as the infamous Messenger app and the bi-weekly updates to the regular Facebook app. While these regular updates don’t usually specifics on exactly what Facebook is changing, the latest update, released this week on the iOS app and coming soon to the Android app, automatically enhances your picture uploads for you. This change is meant to save time when it comes to uploading pictures and offer some more assistance to those of us who don’t really understand the difference between contrast and saturation.

Of course, you don’t have to accept Facebook’s auto-corrections to your pictures. Although the edited version is the first image you see when you upload your image, the update comes with a wand that you can click on to remove the changes or slide to adjust the degree of editing.

This update is part of a growing trend of improvements to mobile photography. While Facebook hasn’t yet mentioned filters, other social platforms have also made changes to their filter options.


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The app that started it all. But even the popular picture sharing app has to keep up with changing trends. Just earlier this week, Instagram released five new filters in an attempt to cater to more subtle editing options.


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