Auto-enhancing is a feature used by many image editing softwares to automatically adjust the contrast, brightness, exposure etc. of the photos among other things. It’s a quite popular feature for novice users who don’t know much about image editing or those who do not have the time to individually adjust every detail of the photo. However, many experts dislike this feature as for one thing they take quite an effort to make sure that every photo they take has the correct backlighting and exposure. Another, they prefer to make their own adjustments if any are needed. Many regular users also dislike this feature as they feel that the photograph is no longer natural, and has an artificial feel to it.
So it came to no surprise that when the Facebook app on iOS got its latest update, it included on small change with it, automatically auto-enhancing every photo you upload on the Facebook using a smart algorithm, it was disliked by many. Luckily, just like everything else in this world, this too has a simple enough fix. It is quite ease to stop this annoyance of auto-enhancing photos by following the steps listed below.
Step 1: Open the Facebook App and go to the more tab on the bottom right of the screen.
Step 2: Then tap on the setting menu in the more tab.
Step 3: In the setting menu, tap on the videos and photos option.
Step 4: Disable the “enhance automatically” option.
It is also possible to keep it enabled but remove the filters that are applied step by step by adjusting the slider with the magic wand. Alternatively just double tap on the magic wand to remove all the auto enhancements applied. The auto-enhance feature will not be available on all the devices but will appear as soon as the Facebook app is updated.
Now you can enhance your photos on your own, without have to chug down what Facebook is trying to force feed.