How do get the grainy, black and white look

Started Aug 26, 2012 | Discussions thread
Mike Warren
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Re: How do get the grainy, black and white look
In reply to curradob, Aug 26, 2012

curradob wrote:

Hello,

This may be a dumb question. I have aperture and PSE 6. I am looking to post process some photos to get that film look, grainy, black and white? No even sure where I would start or if the software I have is capable of producing such images...

Any suggestion on where to start would be greatly appreciated. thanks.
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Add real film grain from a scanned negative-Petteri Tutorial:

http://www.prime-junta.net/pont/How_to/n_Digital_BW/a_Digital_Black_and_White.html?page=5

Download Link to hi-res film grain:
http://byscuits.com/grain-tm400.png

Copy paste the film grain image on a top layer, set to Overlay.
Adjust Opacity to taste.

Mike

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