A photo-sharing website has made it easy to share your wedding photographer’s headshot, or “headshot” to use it as an icon for your own photos.
Google has announced that it will begin offering its Photos app to developers today.
The app will allow users to embed the photo’s head image directly in their photos, allowing them to share the images with their friends or colleagues.
Users can also embed the image in their own videos and share them on social media, without having to use the Google Photos API, as Google has done in the past.
The move comes after a year-long effort by Google to improve the image-sharing experience on its platform.
In September, the company unveiled a new API for developers to use to share images with users, and the company has been working to improve and improve the photo-sharing experience for years.
In addition to making the process of embedding a photo more easy, the new API will also allow for more customization, such as adding more than one headshot at once, and removing the need to embed them into the same image.
As it stands, the Headshot API currently does not allow for embedding the image directly within a photo, but users will be able to choose to do so.
Users will be required to provide the URL to the image, and users will also be able embed the headshot within their own video.
Google says that it plans to add more options to the HeadShot API in the future, and is currently working on adding support for other types of headshot.
Google says that the Headshots API will be available in the app in “the coming months.”
We’ll let you know if the app supports embedding headshots, as we continue to monitor its progress.
Google’s Headshots will also now work with its own Flickr Photo app.
Flickr is the largest photo sharing platform on the web, and it has a very similar headshot-embedding interface to the Google Photo API.
Users can embed the full headshot of the image within their Flickr photos, as well as add more than five images at once.
Users will also see a new option in the Settings section of Flickr’s Photo Gallery.
Users are now able to enable headshot embedding.
The new feature will allow you to choose whether you want to use a custom URL to embed your photo, or just embed the HeadPhoto icon directly into your photo.
We’ve reached out to Google for comment and will update this post if we hear back.
Headshot embeds are the only way to embed a photo on the Google Images API, and they can be used to embed images directly into photos, or to embed other headshots into the image itself.
Flickr users can embed their own images directly from their Flickr photo gallery, which makes the process much more intuitive.
The new Headshot feature is a welcome addition, and we hope it will lead to even more developer support for Google Photos.
It is important to note that Google Photos currently only supports embeddings within one image, so if a couple is sharing a photo of the couple’s wedding ceremony, they will need to first embed their headshot in that photo.
We’ll continue to update this article as we learn more about Google Photos and headshot support.