Question about Cameras
Grain is usually caused by too slow film speed or too large magnification . Try making the pucture smaller on the computer or using a faster film speed when taking photographs. You may be able to reduce it using bightness and contrst adjustment. play with the settings and also try sharpening .
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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