Camera Grain - Noise - Photography Tutorial


Camera Grain - Noise

Camera Noise or Grain refers to the amount of distortion to your images that is caused as a result of using certain ISO / ASA settings. It can also be the result of enlarging images bigger than the tolerance of the film or digital settings within your camera will allow.
Would you like to learn how to avoid Noise? Keep close! ;)
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