The latest update to Google Photos adds a revamped video editing experience with options for cropping, perspective shifting, granular edits (brightness, contrast, saturation, warmth), and built-in filters. Previously, the built-in video editor only allowed you to trim video length, apply software stabilization, and rotate your content.
Google One members get additional photo editing options that were heretofore exclusive to Pixel phones. These include Portrait Blur and Portrait Light, which rely on machine learning to blur backgrounds and add lighting to faces on already captured images. There are also Color Blur and Pop filters which add depth information to images taken without portrait mode.
Dynamic suggestions and sky suggestions will automatically bring out colors and adjust the contrast of images to make them more pleasing to the eye. These features will be available to all Google One members with devices running Android 8.0 and above with 3GB of RAM or more.