Disabling Facebook’s Auto Photo Enhance Feature
Now, c. Essentially it uses the same picture improvement filters that were already in the app, but now they’re automatically applied for you, based on what Facebook thinks makes a decent photograph.
The auto photo enhance feature is enabled by default and if you trust in your own photography skills you can disable the auto enhance feature by following some simple steps.
Step 1: To start, open the Facebook app from your iOS device.
Step 2: Select the “More” tab from the lower right corner of the app.
Step 3: Scroll down to the Settings section and select “Settings”, then tap on the “Videos and Photos” option.
Step 4: Now you can see the “Enhance automatically” option. By default the option will be enabled, so go ahead and tap it once to disable it.
Now Facebook will not be automatically enforcing brightness and contrast enhancements on the photos that you upload. Anyway, the auto enhance magic wand icon will still appear in the corner of your pictures should you want to enable it on a photo-by-photo basis.
You can easily again enable the auto enhance feature by default by simply following the above mentioned steps. Tapping again on the button “Enhance automatically” will enable it.
Hope you understand what we meant.For more detailed clarification about the same don’t mind making your queries in the comment section. Have a pretty good day..!! 🙂