Additive grain


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Additive grain

Camera Raw 6, which comes with Photoshop CS5, includes a brand-new feature that allows you to add natural film style grain to a photo. In the past, adding grain was something that you could do only inside of Photoshop using a combination of features that you just had to know one of those secret handshakes. Now with the addition of the grain feature in Camera Raw 6, you have a choice. To show you the grain feature, I am going to open an image into Camera Raw that is not a raw image but rather a JPEG. You can do this with a raw image but I like this JPEG because I have sepia toned it and I had to go out of Camera Raw to do that.

So to open a JPEG into Camera Raw, either in Mini Bridge or in the standalone Bridge CS5, I am going to right-click on the thumbnail of the image and I am going to choose Open in Camera Raw. So yes there is a JPEG open in Camera Raw 6 so that I can use any of the features here in Camera Raw to adjust it. I am going to go to a new tab in Camera Raw 6, the Effects tab ...

Additive grain
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Additive grain provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS5 New Features

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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