Using Google Photos could be damaging ALL of your images, Google just revealed
GOOGLE has started a new campaign to drum up interest in its Google One subscription service, which offers original quality back-up of all your photographs and videos.
When Google launched Google Photos, it talked-up its new High Quality compression mode, which allowed all users to store an unlimited number of images. Any photographs over 16MP are crunched down when using the High Quality mode, while videos over 1080p are reduced to High Definition for online back-up. However, Google was keen to point out how good its compression was – and how tough it was to discern the difference between compressed images and those stored in their original quality.