Grain

Add realistic film-grain to your images.

Use the Grain filter to give your color and black & white photos a realistic film effect. Refine the look of grain using the Amount slider to control how present the grain is. Use Size and Roughness to control its shape and appearance.

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Amount, Size & Roughness

Use grain to give your color and black & white photos a cool analog feel. Refine the look of grain using the Amount slider to control how present the grain is. Use Size and Roughness to control its shape and appearance.

Amount

Increase the visibility and amount of grain in the image.

Size

Each grain is increased in size by moving the slider to the right.

Roughness

Define the edges of grain to make it look more rough or soft.

Mark Jacobs

Pro Photographer

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Mark Jacobs is a San Diego based photographer and videographer specializing in portraits. When he starting taking photos in the late 90's he was lucky to have access to a well equipped darkroom at his high school and passionate instructors that allowed him to stretch his creative muscles. It was not until well after high school and college that he decided to capture images full time, but it has always and will always be an important part of his life.

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