Brightness bar on photos is an annoying, intrusive feature of Google Photos, and for many users, it is a major pain.
But what if you have the best photos in the world and you want to see them at the best possible brightness level?
That’s what this post is for.
The problem with brightness bars, in general, is that they are annoying, especially when used on high-resolution photos.
They’re generally too bright.
When you set them to be too bright, they will appear brighter than they should, making them look even brighter than the photo actually is.
In some cases, the brightness bar actually reduces the contrast of the image.
In others, it can make the photo appear darker than it actually is, leading to a slightly muted color effect.
The problem is that it’s impossible to turn this brightness slider off and on.
You’ll always be left with the same brightness level that you’re currently using.
You can make this slider work by adding a line to the bottom of your photo, like this:This makes it easier to turn the brightness up or down on a per-photo basis, as you can see in the screenshot below.
In the example above, the photo is at 100% brightness, and the slider is set to a maximum of 0%.
You can also toggle between the two brightness levels on the same photo.
In this example, the slider was set to 100% and the photo was at 50%.
The slider works on any photo, and can be set to automatically turn on or off for each photo that is saved.
For instance, if you save a photo that’s at 60% brightness and it’s on a bright bar, it will automatically turn it down when it’s time to use it later.
However, if the photo you’re saving is at 50% brightness but your photosight is set at 100%, the slider will automatically switch to the default 50% setting.
You might also want to try changing the brightness of your home screen in Settings > Display > Brightness.
In general, you can set the brightness to a higher or lower value than the photosight setting.
For example, if your photos are at 100 percent brightness and you have your home button at 100%.
Brightness is set so that the photo looks at least 100% brighter, but it should still look more like 50%.