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Photoshop: how to recreate this uneven noise effect?

Add a new layer above the artwork layers, and click Edit > Fill - choose 50% grey. Click Filter > Noise > Add noise. Set it to something like 16%, uniform, monochromatic. Set the layer mode in the ...
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How to create pastel-like noise texture in adobe illustrator

You want to switch to photoshop for this one. And then either use the brushes to paint the forms or find a suitable texture. Mostly grunge textures are good for this sort of stuff. https://texturelabs....
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Research: Grainy/Noisy Gradient

I use different method in photoshop to achieve similar results. It all boils down to getting more details in the noise (by creating it on a bigger image/layer) and blowing up the contrast. Here is a ...
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Adding film-grain to large image (how to make "grains" bigger)

You could turn your artwork/layers into to a Smart Object, and use Adobe Camera RAW as a filter, then click on the "fx" tab. This is an example on a large 5792px wide image. I maxxed out all ...
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How do I create a noisy gradient in Photoshop?

Layer > New Fill Layer > Gradient and set the Style to Angle. The Fill Layer will have a Layer mask. Create a standard black/white radial gradient on the mask (see image below.) Convert the ...
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How to achieve this effect for pictures in Photoshop?

From original image - yeah, don't ask ;) Add adjustment layer - Threshold Flatten result. Add layer mask [reveal all]. Select all, copy, alt/click mask, paste. Invert. This should leave the black ...
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Plugin for creating noise / texture patterns?

The examples you show are not simple noise or textures. The first example seems to be hand-drawn lines which follows the shape. Easiest way to make this would be to simply draw the pattern manually (...
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Methods to achieve a similar light grain texture?

For myself, working in Affinity Designer, I would approach that using noise in a colour stop in a gradient were it me - as in the following screen shot: If you zoom in on the gradient editor palette, ...
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How to semi/automatically clean pixels noise from a photo taken from an image on a screen?

My (probably unpopular) solution would be to take actual screenshots, not photos. Or.... Rebuild the image. It's just text and rudimentary shapes. Just 5 minutes work.... If overall quality is a ...
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How to achieve this effect for pictures in Photoshop?

My answer is similar to Tetsujin's method, but created non-destructively using a Threshold adjustment layer, grouped with the image layer, then the group set to "Multiply" mode. A noise filter can ...
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How to achieve this grain effect in photoshop?

I would turn the image layer into a Smart Object, run the Camera RAW Smart filter and increase the Contrast, and in the Curves tab increase the Highlights until they are white. Then apply Grain in the ...
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Processing "clean" text to simulate "old-fashioned" printing

To make a convincing simulation of a scanned page from a 1700s printed book, you'll need to study and analyze each step of the process it has went through. Since there is a variety in how scanned ...
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Research: Grainy/Noisy Gradient

To get more granular control over textures, I would suggest using a placed PhotoShop file as a mask, rather than using AI’s raster system (which, as you have pointed out, does lead to resolution ...
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How to add a small amount of local noise to a path in illustrator?

Using "Effect | Distort & Transform | Roughen" gives some nice results when using absolute transformations with low values: Process video : https://youtu.be/wmGA8xRSKak You can also achieve the ...
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How to get a grainy/dithering effect on drawings?

The name of the effect is dithering. Today we can show millions of colors on the screen at the same time, enabling (seemingly) smooth gradients. In earlier days the color palette could be ...
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Noise effect / Gaussian Blur in Bitmap

That is not "noise" it is a Diffusion Dither. Use the same procedure as your case 1, but choose Diffusion Dither instead of 50% Threshold. Play with the resolutions and scales. Also play with the ...
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How to semi/automatically clean pixels noise from a photo taken from an image on a screen?

Taking a screen capture out of your BIOS The BIOS you are using seems relatively modern. Now modern BIOSES typically can take screenshots! A bit depending on details what you usually do is: you ...
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How can I create a splatmask in Photoshop?

For a total randomness you can create a non changeable gradient mask and under that just render clouds. Just set a Gradient map as an overlay for a layer you will use as a render and choose colors ...
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How can I create a splatmask in Photoshop?

You can add random fluctuations using the brush settings. In this example, I began with a soft edged brush, and I have enabled Scattering, and adjusted the sliders for the desired effect. You can ...
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Can black and white noise texture images be copied exactly as the original from print?

No, it will not, which explains the intrinsic value of the "original" of most anything. An attempt to copy an original in every detail has a variable degree of social acceptance. To some 'faithful' ...
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What aspects of this scene can be changed to improve it?

My initial thought isn't really enough to constitute a full answer, so I apologise for the brevity, but here it is anyway: The most obvious thing to me is the lack of shadows cast by the furniture on ...
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Photoshop - how to generate those noisy pixels

There are many different ways to achieve a result like this. Impossible to tell exactly how your example was made. It might just have been drawn by hand. You don't need another program or plugins to ...
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How to add this effect (grains) in Photoshop and Illustrator?

This is basically the same effect as @user287001 suggests, but more dynamic. Create a Solid Color layer for the background color. Create a Solid Color layer for the noise. Select the Layer Mask of ...
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Adding noise to an image with a limited palette

You could do something similar to this, semi automatically. Create a simple gradient between the darkest and lightest blue and apply it to your 15*20px image. Something like this: Do Image > Mode &...
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Adding film-grain to large image (how to make "grains" bigger)

I'm not sure that I agree that the images you link to has larger grains than you can get with the Noise filter. They are just "harsher". A different kind. And I don't think they look like 35 ...
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Processing "clean" text to simulate "old-fashioned" printing

This is the basic technique I have used so far: Image degradation Dilate the text a little (because the text is black on white it's actually an erode, but it makes the text "fatter") Add ...
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