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  1. Melissa

    Ok. I’ll say it. Wow.

  2. brad
  3. There is already a plug-in called De.Haze by EVEnX.com available for Photoshop.

  4. starling

    tres cool – can’t wait to play with it !

  5. Alan

    After updating both Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC, they do not show the DeHaze feature?

  6. M.Umair

    can you give me the link which shows how to apply dehaze in after effects cc2015 ???
    as you know that both photoshop and after effects need camera raw 9.1 update
    so
    please give me link:)

    • Yes, we have now added the latest version of Adobe Camera Raw to our lists of CC 2015 update links (Windows and Mac).

      Not sure if the new Dehaze tool/filter can be used in After Effects CC – we’ve only seen it employed in Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC.

  7. Hans

    Where can i find the DeHaze tool for lightroom cc and photoshop cc, because I can’t find it

  8. Ricardo
  9. Sept

    Hello,

    I have been experimenting with the Dehaze features for video and timelapse use, and the results has been quite fascinating. Please check out the video and article below.

    The new Photoshop CC 2015 and Lightroom CC 2015.1’s Dehaze tool works quite well with photos, so I wanted to explore the possibility of using it in a video sequence. For those who don’™t know, a camera raw sequence can be animated, amongst other cool things, using LrTimelapse software.

    The clip below shows Dehaze gradually generating or removing haze in various lighting conditions. As you can see, the effect doesn’t work well with some scenes, especially the ones with complex foreground and haze/clouds in the background and vice versa. Only if Adobe released Local Adjustment Dehaze.

    This video is only for experimentation purposes. Most parameters are kept unchanged to better portray the effects of the Dehaze tool. FYI, adding haze will be overexposed, so Exposure and Whites are needed to compensate. Dehazing will increased vibrance, saturation and darkness in shadows, so the same tools are used to reverse those side effects.

    Since Photoshop and Lightroom haven’€™t incorporated Dehaze into the Graduated filter and Brush, it is incredibly hard to pre-visualize the outcome (in motion) without spending lots of time and effort on it. Don’t get your hopes up, after all it only took Adobe 4 versions to finally release the Black and White sliders as local adjustment tools.

    The idea of using Dehaze to add and reduce haze in video and time lapse is definitely possible for both enhancement and creativity purposes, albeit the tedious workflow. (But hey, aren’€™t all timelapsers and cinematographers immune to this?) Using the tool straight up works OK but, from the results, having some sort of animated masking, in After Effects, would add more realism. I will be testing more in the future, including multiple layers of variable amounts of animated haze. These should make the outcome a little more convincing.

    If you are interested in sharing this video with the community, please feel free to do so.

    Cheers
    Sept

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