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Dehaze in CS6

I was impressed by the dehaze feature in Eric Renno's talk on tuesday which he said was only available in Photoshop CC.

Fear not. It is a function of ACR 9.1. If you have Photoshop CS6 and ACR 9.1 or above it can be implemented using the settings menu.

You cannot implement it as a slider as with PhotoshopCC, but you can save a range of settings as presets (Range -100 to +100).

I have tried this and it works. You need to do a bit of .xmp file editing. The instructions are here :- http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/56001178

 

Update. The dehaze and shake reduction tools are available in Elements 14 as filters as well.

Here are a few examples on an aquarium shot of a tadpole.

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A better example of Dehaze.

Here is a better example of the power of the dehaze tool. The picture is a 5 minute exposure of Loch Maree towards sunset. The first image is the best I could do wothout dehaze and the second image the dehazed one.Loch Maree with big stopper. No dehazeLoch Maree big stopper dehazed

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