Google Photos: Editing

You can edit a photo you have stored in Google Photos.

Save As Copy
But before you begin making changes make a copy of the photo first. Once it is edited, you no longer have the original copy unless you save it first.

1. Click on photo.

The photo appears on its own screen now. In the top right-hand corner is a menu.

2. Click on the Edit icon. The second one.

The following menu now appears partially on the photo.
The full panel of options on the right will be explained below.

3. Click on the 3 vertical dots.

The following menu appears.

4. Click on Save copy.
A copy is now placed in the album. You can now edit on the copy, which is open, and the original will remain the same.

Edit a Photo
1. Click on the photo, if it is not already on the screen.
The menu appears in the top right.

2. Click on the Edit icon from the menu in the top right-hand corner. Second icon.
The following menu appears on the right side.

3. Click on the option you would like. If you don't like your choice pick another one.

4. When you click on an option, a scroll bar appears under the line of three.
     Slide the circle on the bar to the left to make changes.

5. If you do not like the change, slide back to the right. Continue until you like the change.

6. Once you are done, click one of the following options:

     Undo Edits to return picture to the original
     Done and all changed will be saved.
     If you have not saved it to make a duplicated your original is now lost.

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