Add film grain Photoshop


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Adding film grain

I'd be the first to admit that it's a little funny that I like to add a Film Grain effect to many of my digital photos. Because I use to try to avoid film grain, or at least minimize film grain back in the days of film photography. But with a black and white image especially, I find that a Film Grain effect can actually add a nice little touch to an image. And I do personally prefer to only add film grain, at least most of the time, to monochromatic images. Images that have been converted to black and white, or perhaps with a slight color tint, such as a Sepia-tone effect. For full color images, I find that the Film Grain effect tends to just come through as noise, rather than an actual sort of organic effect in the image. Let's take a look a how we can add a Film Grain effect. In fact, very easily, there's actually a Film Grain filter in Photoshop. But I tend not to use it because I'm just not happy with the results I get most of the time.

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Adding film grain
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Adding film grain provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Creative Effects and Filters

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