Allow disabling of whiteboard enhancement
Whiteboard enhancement ruins everything therefore we should get rid of it.
Penny A commented
I don't have any whiteboard pictures and yet I have pages and pages of "enhancement" notifications. These are archival photos of family letters for which I want to preserve the aged appearance. After scanning the originals, I'm passing them on, so I no longer have the originals. It looks like I can at least "revert to the original" online, but OMG, I have thousands of scans that I have to load one by one looking for that option? I shouldn't have to say this, but you shouldn't crop or otherwise change photos without asking first. Please fix this ASAP!
Dear all: I encourage everyone to go to the play store / apple store and submit your review there (with the appropriate amount of star).
It's really outrageous that you can't turn off this feature.
Did i pay 99€ per year for microschoft to rip and ruin my pictures?
I just put an example of an "improved" whiteboard, however it was a museum where i shot this picture! NOT hilarious.
René Kragh Pedersen commented
Are you NUTS? I just saw this happen. How many of my photos have you ****** with? You are a storage service! Don't touch my stuff!
Lars-Åke Svensk commented
Fully agree. A very strange function that photos are automatically cropped (in reality destroyed) and you receive a message that your photo has been improved. Very annoying.
Hugues Froidevaux commented
This IS anoying for picture of my kid's drawings!!
A Disappointed Customer commented
It'd be great if the enhancement was offered in the OneDrive app or online app when viewing a photo, and offered the option to keep that one instead. But instead it "enhances" the photo without asking, keeping only the "enhanced" (seemingly indiscriminately cropped) version. Useless and frustrating.