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August 13, 2007


Craig Persel

You definitely chose the best final processing. What a transformation, eh. Is the "adding grain" a PS menu item? I'll have to go look and do some experimenting myself. Thanks for taking us through your steps.


I'm going from memory here but here is how you add grain to a photo in PS. Go to Filters>Texture>Grain. From there I use the "enlarged grain" and often mild settings of between 10-30 intensity and 2-8 contrast. It's easy to play around with before you apply it. This filter works somewhat slowly if you have a large file.

Thanks for the feedback.

Craig Persel



Although I like the last one, I reallllly love the 2nd to last one. Too digital looking? is that a technical term I can't quite figure out? lol
At any rate, it turned out very nicely..

Tory Burch

Imagine my surprise when I woke up this morning and saw a photo posted in my Pbase PAD gallery. I must not be dead, just on hiatus. Oh well, back to blogging about photography. Next up...feedback from a pro.

Microsoft Office

Ah well your comment! I did you good!

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