teekay wrote in post #18585416
Thanks. I understand, although it seems a bit petty of Adobe, and there's no way I'm going to switch to any subscription plan.
Here's some info I have.
Lightroom CC just added a Dehaze slider. People like me with Lightroom 6.1 don't get this. However the Dehaze functionality is still in there, so it can process images with CC sidecars. This means you can Dehaze an image if you want to, it's just more of a pain.
These dehaze presets work in ver 6.1 and above.
If you have a problem dowloading ... PM an email and I'll send them to you.
Just import into lightroom.
There is manual way to make the presets but it involves editing the text file.
Though I have not tried this as the prolost presets work for me also.
Hit the + on the Presets menu (repeatedly) and create presets called Dehaze0, Dehaze10 .. Dehaze50 (or whatever).
Note only save the Effects settings.
Edit each one in a text editor.
Remove all lines in the "settings =" section except:
Dehaze = 0,
EnableEffects = true,
ProcessVersion = "6.7",
Then change the first one to suit the Preset name. Allowed values are -100 to 100, settings below 0 add Fog to the image.