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Check out these "Top Five Tips" for purr-fect pet shots
1. Organise your most important memories
Thanks to AI, your photos will become searchable by the animals and people in them, with no tagging required. Just choose the pets you want to see, and Google Photos will automatically add photos to your album as you take them. Then, you can share your album with family and friends so they can be them a part of special moments as they happen — no manual updates needed.
2. Create a movie dedicated to your furry friend
Your dog may have a leading role in your life, but it’s time to show the rest of the world that your animal is a star. If your pet is ready for a big screen debut, open your Google Photos app, go to the Assistant tab, and click on the movie button. Then, if available, choose the Doggie Movie option, select your pet, and we’ll compile the best photos of your four-legged pal into a video, set to pet-themed music.
3. Identify popular breeds with Google Lens
When you take a photo of your dog, or a plant of some kind, you can use Google Lens to help identify it, get more information and learn about species and breeds. It doesn’t stop there — you can also use it to find out more about paintings in museums, landmarks or buildings and books. Plus, if you snap a photo of apparel, home goods or a barcode you’ll receive product information, recommendations on similar products and where to buy them!
4. Search by breed and emoji
Speaking of fast ways to find photos of your pets, you can also search by breed, species, or emoji or quickly search “corgi” to rediscover photos of your sister’s cute pup, or “gecko” to pull up pics of that cool lizard your friend has.
5. Create the perfect shot in record time
Google Photos can also help you perfect a shot of your furry friend without fancy camera equipment or lots of time spent editing. Simply select your photo, and use the in-depth editor to easily adjust the background blur and change the focus in just a few taps. You can also make your pet pop by leaving them in colour while changing the background to black and white. Plus, turn your favourite snaps into a gif, movie or set up a live album, so you can relive (and share) your favourite moments year-round with your fellow animal lovers