Google’s top Valentine’s Week tips for the perfect Pixel 8 Pro pics

by Wayfarer Editors

It’s the most romantic week of the year and Google has come up with the top tips to capture your Valentine’s Week with AI love from Pixel on the new 8 Pro smartphone.

Imagine this: You’re at the hottest new restaurant in town, ready to snap a picture-perfect portrait with your sweetheart or bestie on the Pixel 8 Pro.

With Pixel’s Portrait mode and Background Blur, you can transform your ordinary surroundings and create a soft background that will keep all the focus on you two.

But wait – a waiter just sneaked into your frame? No worries! Magic Eraser can wave its wand and make them disappear, leaving you with a distraction-free photo that makes you the stars of the show.

As the evening progresses and the lights soften, don’t let the dim light dim your memories. Turn on Night Sight mode for your photos, or Night Sight Video on Pixel 8 Pro, and let it brighten up the scene.

It’ll capture the warm glow of the candles and the sparkle in your eyes. And if your companion is gazing lovingly at their dessert just as the waiter tries to snap a photo of you two, Best Take comes to the rescue! It can combine multiple photos into one where you both look your best.

When you head out after dinner, you hear a great musician playing cheesy love ballads. Perfect time for a video!

Use Audio Magic Eraser to hush away the background noise of excited bystanders to record the tunes loud and clear, and let the music be the only soundtrack of your Valentine’s Day video.

Want to capture those vibrant city lights in all their glory? The Pixel 8 Pro’s Video Boost will make your videos pop with stunning colour and detail.

But remember, it’s important to know when to simply keep your Pixel in your pocket. Sometimes the best moments are those fully lived, not just captured through a lens. So, steal a kiss when the world isn’t looking, share a laugh so hearty that it makes your cheeks hurt, and create memories that will warm your heart for a lifetime. Your Pixel will be there to capture the rest.