Photoshop: Noise/Grain Brush

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Here's an idea for a new Photoshop tool: The Noise Brush. Some photo retouching techniques obscure the inherent noise in a photo. It would be nice to have a noise brush that would allow you to paint the noise back into small areas after you have retouched. This tool would have the same settings at the Add Noise command. It would be quicker and easier than creating a mask and recreating the noise with the Add Noise command. I bet it would be very easy to implement, and that lots of users would find it handy. If something like it is already there, I have overlooked it.
Thanks,
C Yarwood,
Memphis, TN
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Reposted this under "Ideas"

http://feedback.photoshop.com/photosh...
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
A new "Noise Brush".


I'd like a Noise Brush.

I see that Charlie Yarwood already suggested it under questions:
http://feedback.photoshop.com/photosh...
Sometimes i just like picking a color and painting over things, but this only works if what I'm retouching has no noise.

I'd like a brush with noise amount, noise size and maybe noise saturation, the color should be the color on the color picker. Transparent noise might be an option, but I'm not sure that would get a lot of use. This is kind of the missing feature alongside clonestamp and healing brush.
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Please stick with the existing topic instead of posting a new topic about the same thing.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled PHOTOSHOP - Brush tool adding grain.

I really would enjoy adding grain with the brush tool onto parts of my images. Just parts...
Would be great if implemented!

Thanks!