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I don't understand what you call graininess in such a picture. Neutral, I do see graininess but, I'm not sure it's anything bad. My biggest problem is the movement of the pieces I prefer. — “Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates/towerofhanoi”, en.wikipedia.org
Fine gradations of grayness are also quantized, so that graininess interferes with the perception of shape from shading as well as with object contours (edges) If analog graininess and digital snow look different because of the. — “Talk:Film speed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
However that graininess seems repairable enough, anyone want to try their hand at it? -- froth T C 21:45, 3 December 2006 (UTC) Delist It's not the graininess that made me say delist, but the sharpness. — “Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates/Laba tube delist”, en.wikipedia.org