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Old 08-16-2006   #1
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Getting rid of grainy effect in a picture

I was wondering how I can get rid of a grainy effect in a picture.. ill post the picture.. tell me how i can get rid of the grainy in it.. any way? I had to strech it.. someone help please!!!
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If you've got Photoshop CS2 there are two good tools for removing grain. One is the Reduce Noise filter (Filter > Noise > Reduce Noise...) and the other is the Surface Blur filter (Filter > Blur > Surface Blur...).

If not, you might be able to do it with careful use of the Blur tool. There is also a 3rd-party plugin called Grain Surgery by Visual Infinity, although you might have to pay for that.
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you may also use Filter>Noise>Dust and Scratches...dupe ur background ...apply Dust and Scratches on the dupe... add a layer mask next to it...use your brush tool...
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ok im going to try those out.. thanks ill let you know..
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Hello I tried to see your stretched pic, but it is too small... can you send me the photo I have an excelent plugin to remove grain...
 
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The regular picture is alot smaller, I had to also strecth it out thats how it got to be grainy.. But I tried sethcapitulo's sugges and it worked. Since I dont have PS CS2 I went with seths and it came out just like I wanted it to. Thanks for you help Appreciate it..
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another way of doing it...make 2 copies of background layer then hide background layer..select the middle layer and apply Dust and Scratches..select topmost layer and create a layer mask..use brush tool...
P.S. Filter>blur>gaussian blur is much better if you have great amounts of grain to remove because Dust and Scratches tend to produce posterize-like effects when applied in great amounts...

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