Google will terminate its unlimited storage space on June 1, 2021. According to the new policy, Google will count all new photos and videos you upload against a 15GB free quota. However, photos uploaded before June 1, 2021, will not be counted.
Therefore, the photos you are currently backing up and the photos that will be backed up before June 1, 2021, will not be subject to the 15GB limit. You can also choose not to back up all photos to Drive. But if you have uploaded so many photos, you can choose to free up some space by deleting some unwanted photos, such as blurry photos.
Steps to Delete Blurry Pictures from Google Photos
1. You will find it under the “Review and Delete” section of the Google Photos app (as you can see in the above image). Tap on “Blurry photos” and select photos to delete.
2. Lastly, tap on “Move to trash” and that’s it. Your blurry pictures will be deleted instantly.
This is how to remove blurred images from Google Photos. You can also delete screenshots and duplicate photos, although this feature has been available in Google Photos for some time.
From June 1st, when your uploaded photos count towards the 15GB free limit, you should check which photos you want to keep and which ones you don’t. In this case, Google’s new storage management feature in Google Photos will help you.