Adding film grain with the Effects panel


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Adding film grain with the Effects panel

Here I want to take a look at how we can use the Effects panel to add film grain to our photographs, and here we will be working with two different images, just to have a bit of fun. With this first photograph, let's go ahead and zoom into 100%, so we will go to this 1:1 View here, and then reposition the Navigator so that we can focus in on the important area of the image. Next, let's open up our Effects panel. Now, down beneath our Post-Crop Vignetting controls, we have the ability to add film grain. Here what I am going to do is exaggerate things so that we can deconstruct these controls.

When we increase the amount, you can see that a higher amount is a higher intensity of film grain. All right. Well, what about Size? A larger number here is actually a larger size of grain, a smaller number is going to be a smaller or more fine amount of grain. What about the Roughness? Well, less Roughness means more uniform grain; a higher amount of Roughness, you can see here there is more va...

Adding film grain with the Effects panel
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Adding film grain with the Effects panel provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 3 Essential Training

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Photography
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Lightroom
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