Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic’s Dehaze technology is based on a physical model of how light is transmitted, and it tries to estimate light that is lost due to absorption and scattering through the atmosphere.” Now when I think about images with a lot of atmospheric haze I think about photographs from the edge of ocean. So to demonstrate this powerful new feature, I turned to some of my images from the beautiful coast of Maine.
But wait there’s more. We can also use the Dehaze with local control! As you can see in the tutorial below, the Dehaze command is now available inside of the Graduated Filter, the Radial Filter, and the Adjustment Brush Tool.
From soft hazy vignettes to vastly improved night skies, there are lots of interesting uses for the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic’s Dehaze capabilities.
Unfortunately the Dehaze tool is only available for Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers. This tool is not included in the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 6 standalone product or in any older non-subscription based versions of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.