Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson
I guess I feel that the grain can add to an image as much as someone else might think it subtracts, but in the end it just IS, and we live with it. We all have different opinions of what we like and dislike.
The best images to me are the ones where the grain disappears, not in the print itself, but in your mind. In other words, the composition and other aspects of the images are so strong that you don't even see the grain. Some perhaps can't get past the grain to see what else is there.