Grainy

Most of the times I try to reduce the grains/noise in my photograph. I go for lower ISO number, typically shoot at ISO 100 (both in film and digital) to reduce grains. But noise in the photograph can be mood enhancing at times. You can have grains in photo because

Film grain can be very beautiful and convey texture and mood.

    Photograph of Kailasanathar Kovil at Kanchipuram. Grains in the photo adds mystic quality to the photo.

    Kailsanathar Kovil

    Exif data of this photo can be found here.

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