Add noise with the Add Noise filter Photoshop CC


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Adding noise with the Add Noise filter

We're going to take a look at two different techniques that can be used to add noise or grain back into an image. This is great for not only creating just an aesthetic effect, but you can also use it to match grain between a series of images. That are taken at different times or with different cameras in order to make them match. Now, in this case, we'll just be applying it to this image, but before we apply our filters, we want to make sure they're non-destructive. So we use the contact sensitive menus or Ctrl+Click on Mac or Cmd+Click on Windows and Convert to Smart Object. Now, I want to make a duplicate of this smart object, because we're going to apply these two different effects and then compare them. So, I'll use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+J or Ctrl+J in order to make a copy. I want to make sure that the lower layer is selected, and I'm going to hide the top layer, and we'll go ahead and rename the lower layer by double-clicking on it and ...

Adding noise with the Add Noise filter
Video duration: 7m 7s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Adding noise with the Add Noise filter provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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