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    LR3 Grain

    Has anyone used the grain effect in LR3. The best thing about it (I think) is that it is independent to the Noise reduction and sharpen function. I guess that's why you do it last

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    Tree by the lake by jasnat93, on Flickr
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    It's a nice natural looking grain, reminds me of the Tmax 400 film I used to use way back.
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    Dunno about grain... but I love that photo
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcflora View Post
    Dunno about grain... but I love that photo
    cheers craig

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    I like having the option and it really brings out some B/W and Duo images.

    I've even used it for aging colour for "that retro look".

    It's a very good point to make the distinction between the noise it removes and the grain it adds.

    It really does matter LR3's case.

    (Incidentally a lovely example image also Jase. Just had to say it. hehe!)
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    Quite a beautiful photo, I would love to see it in high resolution. I wondering if the movement in the leaves of the tree add or subtract from the photo???

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