Dehaze is a brand new feature of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.
Here is a sample of what it can do from the Adobe Blog:
Original image and with the addition of the Dehaze feature (slider set to +68).
Do you have trouble seeing through the fog? The Dehaze feature in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is here to help! Dehaze is a powerful tool that can help you quickly and easily remove the haze and fog from your photos, giving them a much clearer and more vibrant look. Keep reading to learn how to use this amazing feature in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.
Step 1: Open Your Image in Lightroom
The first step is to open your image in Lightroom. To do this, open Lightroom and then click on “File” and then “Open” to select the image you want to edit.
Step 2: Find the Dehaze Slider
Once your image is open in Lightroom, you’ll need to find the Dehaze slider. To do this, click on the “Develop” tab and then scroll down until you see the “Dehaze” slider.
Step 3: Adjust the Dehaze Slider
Now it’s time to adjust the Dehaze slider and start removing the haze from your photo. Start by moving the slider to the left and then slowly move it to the right until you get the desired effect. Make sure to check the before and after images to make sure you’re happy with the results.
Step 4: Other Adjustments
Once you’ve adjusted the Dehaze slider, you may want to make a few other adjustments to your photo. You can use the other sliders and tools in Lightroom to adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation, and other aspects of your image.
Step 5: Save Your Image
Once you’re happy with the results, it’s time to save your image. To do this, click on “File” and then “Save As” to save your image in the desired file format.
Using the Dehaze feature in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a quick and easy way to remove haze and fog from your photos. Now that you know how to use this amazing feature, you can apply it to your photos and create stunning, vibrant images. Have fun!
Here are a few videos on the topic:
Video by Matt Granger
Video by howard pinsky
Video by Terry White
Video by Michael Shainblum