Facebook will now be automatically enhancing all of your photos once you upload them, giving you brighter photos. So this means that you will not need to filter your photo manually. At the moment this enhancement is only available on the iOS platform; however, very soon Android users will begin to enjoy this upgrade.
So when you upload a photo, you will be able to adjust a slider to control just how to want your photo enhanced in terms of light, shadow, and clarity; you can also go back to your original shot if none of them appeals to you.
The tool could make it much quicker to post well-lit photos in no time. Before the tool came, uploading photos to the site from your mobile, you were shown your unedited image, and could hit a button to add a one-size-fits-all light enhancement, or try adding one of Facebook’s filters.
Now photos are automatically enhanced, but you can quickly tone the effect up or down.
That’s especially helpful if you’re more concerned with experiencing the moment with your eyes than staring at your phone. If Facebook can be the way to share photos without interrupting your life, it might be the app we choose most often when we see something special.