In this tutorial I demonstrate two ways to add film grain: one by using Photoshop, and another by using the new “Effects” panel in Adobe Camera RAW.


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In this tutorial I demonstrate two ways to add film grain: one by using Photoshop, and another by using the new “Effects” panel in Adobe Camera RAW.


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Nicole S. Young is a photographer, published author, and educator specializing in Lightroom, Photoshop, and photography. She is best known for her books on food photography but is widely versed in various photographic genres, including landscape, nature, stock, travel, and lifestyle.

2 Comments

  1. Laura San August 15, 2013 at 5:22 am - Reply

    Tutorial is very professional, but check this post too: http://www.film-effect-photoshop.com/real-film-grain.html

  2. Alex September 6, 2013 at 6:41 am - Reply

    Great tutorial, many thanks!
    I own DSLR and I like grain effect. Your article will be very helpful for me.
    In case of video, I found free film grain overlay here: http://vegasaur.com/film-grain – also very useful!

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