Add digital film grain texture effects Photoshop CS6


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Adding digital film grain texture effects

Another way to mimic the traditional photographic process is by adding grain to a file. This grain is not the same as the digital noise that most of us want to remove from our image. Digital noise tends to be harsher and more structured, whereas the traditional grain that was created by using more sensitive or higher ISO film was much softer and organic. In order to add grain to this image, I think I will first convert it to grayscale using the HSL/Grayscale panel, and I'll also add a little bit of a sepia tone by moving the Saturation slider and the Hue slider in the Split Tone panel.

Then we can move to the Effects panel. Here is where I can change the amount of grain, adding just a little bit of grain or a lot. We might want to zoom in while we add this grain, so I'll use Command+Plus in order to just zoom in a bit. You can see now, the amount gets more or less based on the Amount slider. You can see that the size of the grain gets smaller or larger, and we can control the roughnes...

Adding digital film grain texture effects
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Adding digital film grain texture effects provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CS6 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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