Quote Originally Posted by newcan1 View Post
Grain aliasing is a function of an electronic sensor receiving information on image detail above the level that it can interpret properly; the result is the functional equivalent of a moire pattern, or a lower level (coarser) depiction of what cannot be processed properly. It's not black and white specific and applies equally to the grain pattern of color films.
Perhaps you want to call it "dye cloud" aliasing when referring to color neg film, since all the silver grain is gone. I think that's what Sirius Glass was alluding to.