Using Dehaze in Lightroom 6.1

July 26, 2015

Using Dehaze in Lightroom 6.1

In our last post, we looked at the new features in Lightroom CC, the version of the software that's available only through the various Adobe Creative Cloud subscription services.

One of these updates, and probably the most important, was the introduction of the all-new Dehaze tool. The Dehaze tool removes fogginess and haze from an image to reveal more of the details of your subject.

The Dehaze tool is a great addition to the photo editing options in Lightroom. But, again, it's only available if you are a subscriber to Adobe CC. If you have purchased an individual, standalone copy of Lightroom 6, this new feature isn't available in your software.

Except that now it is!

The folks at Prolost have developed a preset package that works to replicate the functionality of the DeHaze Slider.

Prolost Dehaze presets for Lightroom 6.1

The new preset package requires Lightroom 6.1 or 2015.1. And it's free!

You can check out and download the presets here.




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