Google Photos is an unmatched image management tool. It significantly improves with the introduction of Live Albums, enabling Google to recognize people or pets in your photos automatically. Add them to albums and share them with your friends or family. You can then assign a name to a face and search for the person in the app to see each photo that Google has collected.
It also works on your pets. As long as your pets look a little different, Google can tell you the difference between Princess Caroline and Mr. Peanutbutter.
Google recently split the Live Album border from 10,000 pictures and videos up to 20,000 in total, giving you much more space to play with, especially if you are professionally working on Google Photos.
If you take time to organize your Live Album, much manual work is saved in the long run. For example, if you create a family album, each photo will end up in the same place without having to move any assets, from the family Thanksgiving selfie to a spoiled image of your sister. If you are performing a photo shooting, you can keep pictures organized based on the subject of the image. You can also share a link to an album with your parents or clients so that they can view the contents of the folders.
How to create and categorize your own Live Albums.