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Removing Haze In Lightroom 5

Started by buddywoods, August 13, 2014, 09:25:23 PM

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buddywoods

August 13, 2014, 09:25:23 PM Last Edit: August 14, 2014, 06:30:33 PM by buddywoods



Removing the Haze
in Lightroom 5

Here is how I remove haze in Lightroom 5.

This is the original image taken in the Smoky Mountains.






1.  In the Camera Calibration I'm going to change the profile to Camera Landscape because it is a landscape shot.



Here is a better look at the settings.









2. In Tone Curve -100 Lights



Here is a better look at the settings.









3. In Basic -100 Highlights, -50 Blacks, 50 Clarity, 50 Vibrance



Here is a better look at the settings.









4. Click on the Graduated Filter pull it down from the top until the dot is about 1/3 of the way down.  I went -1.00 on the exposure.  Depending on the picture you may not need to use the graduated filter.



Here is a better look at the settings.









5.  Overall the image looks dark so I added .50 exposure in Basic.



Here is a better look at the settings.









Finished Product









Depending on your image you may have to do more or less to it.

LaughingPeppers

Excellent tutorial on Lightroom techniques, Buddy. I am sure many will find this very helpful.
"Happy are those who see the beauty of God's creations, but blessed are those who photograph God's handiwork to glorify His name."

        Mario Dimain
        Photographer for Christ

buddywoods

Quote from: LaughingPeppers on August 13, 2014, 11:22:29 PM
Excellent tutorial on Lightroom techniques, Buddy. I am sure many will find this very helpful.

Thanks, Mario!