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Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by xs400, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. xs400

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    Neat shot...good choice in B&W
     
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    thats a neat shot, there seems to be alot fo grain or noise here, is that what you were after?
     
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    I did indeed want a level of grain. I wanted the shot to look more like it was taken with an old film camera.
     
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    Very nice effort there (on the film grain). i was going to ask what the speed of the film was, but i guess it was digital. I'd like to see the a 'modern' version of this as well, ie. w/o artificial grain. If its nice and sharp it would be a keeper.
     
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    How did I get that film grain look? This shot was underexposed when originally shot. I didn't mean for it to be underexposed and I don't know why it was underexposed, but it was. Anyway, when I lightened the image using levels, I notice there was a lot of noise. Conversion to black and white yielded the film like image.
     
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    this photo is great, good choice on the grain, i love film grain, although artificial, still works great.
     
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    Theres also a grain filter in photoshop you can use. or the add noise filter...
     
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    The image almost looks ancient. Pretty cool subject and scene.
     

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