Dehaze Filter in Lightroom CC

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I’ve been a big fan of Adobe Lightroom for some time. It was worth it to pay for upgrades that offered new capabilities. When Lightroom 6 was released, Adobe also offered a subscription service called Adobe Creative Cloud which would contain the latest version of Lightroom and Photoshop and all upgrades. At $9.99 a month I was a little hesitant especially when I discovered that the face recognition is not ready for prime time. However there are some great innovations such as the dehaze tool.

The dehaze tool slider can be found in the Effects panel. Set the White balance before using it.
Kidder Mountain
Climbing Kidder Mountain in New Ipswich, NH on a hazy warm October day in 2011. This seemed like a candidate for the dehaze tool.
Dehazed Kidder Mountain
After using the dehaze tool the effect was quite dramatic.

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