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    Haze reduction

    I am pretty sure that I previously read a post which asked about haze reduction in post processing. However, I have done a search and cannot find that post.

    I just noticed this quick tutorial on YouTube which relates steps for reducing haze in landscape images, especially seascapes. I have not tried this but it seems viable...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXSXX...eature=g-all-u

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    Re: Haze reduction

    I haven't got sound Richard but if you use Multiply and possibly Screen it might do the business.

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    Re: Haze reduction

    That is the same process Jiro wrote up in this forum about a year ago. It works very well but if you have adopted Lr4, you can do just about the same thing by bringing up the presence slider a bit. Using HSL to desaturate your blue channel also helps in haze.

    Another tool that does the same thing in Photoshop is local contrast enhancement, which is writte up right here on CIC; http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tut...nhancement.htm.

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