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Chapter 12. Sharpening > Removing Film Grain and Scanner/Camera Noise

Removing Film Grain and Scanner/Camera Noise

Sharpening an image will exaggerate almost all the detail in the image, so any film grain or noise will also get exaggerated (Figures 12.3 and 12.4). That's fine if you want an image with pronounced grain, but if you prefer a smoother look, you might want to check out my techniques for removing grain/noise from your images.

Figure 12.3. This original image contains a lot of film grain. (©Stockbyte, www.stockbyte.com)



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