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We explore, theoretically and experimentally, the effects of self‐enhancement (or self‐depletion) of the diffraction which occurs during coherent reconstruction from fixed photorefractive gratings. These effects are caused by interference between a secondary grating, which forms between the readout and the reconstructed beams, and the fixed grating.