Woolburr wrote in post #8777300
There is no filter that will cure the haze in the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. The haze you see in the images is very real and very much a part of our scenery. The atmospheric conditions are what lead to the mountains garnering their names in the first place. In recent years, the problem has been exacerbated by the crap spewing from the stacks of the TVA and the heavy industry in the eastern section of Tennessee. The dust and particulate matter does help produce some spectacular sunset images though!
Thank you for your comments; I think I should have worded my question better; I don't want to eminate the haze, what I would liked to have achieved is the effect you see in photos that have that bluish haze but the mountains are sharp, not vague. Does that make sense? Maybe I can find a photo online that depicts what I mean.
BTW I am SOOO jelaous if you live in that gorgeous area!