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Image ProcessingAn example of LR6 de-haze slider

Post-processing: Editing techniques, software, hardware and other resources. Chemical or digital.
From simple corrections to multi-layered edits, actions, tone mapping and more.
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An example of LR6 de-haze slider

Postby Didereaux » Fri Aug 07, 2015 6:33 pm

This is the before #1 at 0% and #2 at 90% that bridge near the center is almost exactly 6 air miles away. This was taken at dawn with a 6d and 100-400 @100mm hand held

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Re: An example of LR6 de-haze slider

Postby Duck » Fri Aug 07, 2015 8:54 pm

I haven't had a chance to use that new feature too much. Basically tested it out on a couple of images just to see how it worked. I am quite surprised by the results. Even on images with less 'haze' it does a decent job. It can also be used to add haze but the image has to be right so it doesn't look fake.
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