How to disable Facebook’s auto-enhance photo feature. As you must know that Facebook now automatically enhances photos in its latest iOS app update.
Now, when a Facebook user posts an image, it is automatically “enhanced” for clarity, lighting and shadow. The feature has been launched for iOS (on Tuesday) and is coming to Android very soon.
How To Disable Facebook’s New Auto-Enhance Photo Feature
If you don’t like the Facebook auto-enhance photo feature, here’s how to disable the new feature. Please note that at the moment Facebook has only rolled out auto-enhance for iOS devices.
When you use th feature for the first time, you’ll see a message appear. You can tap on the magic wand icon and drag the slider right down to disable it. Tapping the wand icon a second time sets the slider straight down to zero. When you do so it will disable all of the automatic filters Facebook has applied.
If you want to disable the feature, open up the More menu on the app’s front screen and then choose Videos and Photos. Simply toggle the Enhance automatically switch to off and it will disable the feature every time you take a photo. The auto-enhance magic wand icon will still appear on the screen (in the corner of photo page). You can also enable the auto-enhance feature on a specific photo.
The auto-enhance feature is not something new, it uses the same picture improvement filters that were already in the app. The only difference is that they’re automatically applied based on Facebook algorithm.