Adding grain to a Camera Raw image


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Adding grain to a Camera Raw image

If you're a professional or a semi-professional photographer you're probably shooting your images in the Camera RAW format, because you have an image that is not much more data rich, you can do so much more with it in terms of adjusting the exposure without degrading it, and you'll always have your original digital negative to return to because you cannot overwrite that. So there are great benefits to working within the Camera Raw format. Now the reason I'm bringing this up now is because in the latest version of Camera RAW you can add film grain within the Camera RAW plug-in.

Here I am in Bridge and this is a Camera RAW image, I'm in the Filmstrip Workspace of Bridge, and we have this thumbnail here which has a badge attached to it. And that badge signifies that some exposure adjustment has been made to this image. So the grain is already there, I'm just going to point out where it was added. I'm going to double-click on that in my Content window and that&...

Adding grain to a Camera Raw image
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Adding grain to a Camera Raw image provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Photoshop for Designers: Textures

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