The dehaze slider can be super useful to retain better quality in a hazy image. But I also feel like this slider has much more possibilities then that. By getting creative with the slider you can create some really cool effects. Even creating a really dreamy look to your photos.
+Leslie Brown for me what happened was, for some reason and I'm not sure why, I had two different versions of lightroom installed on my pc. (Even though I've only ever installed one) I went to my run command and saw two sitting there.
When I opened up the other version the dehaze command was sitting in the bottom right hand under effects.
I would backup my catalogues and uninstall lightroom then reinstall. From what I've read It's been an issue for a lot of people.
I am really excited to show you all this new photo. What you are seeing is a vertical panorama of moonset through the famous Pfeiffer Beach archway in Big Sur. The moon was fairly dim during this phase giving slight visibility to the Milky Way overhead. As the moon dipped down closer to the horizon the Galaxy became visible enough to even see some subtle nebula colors. The panorama consists of about 5 shots overlapping starting from almost completely overhead all the way facing down at some rocks near the tripod legs.
I had been wanting a Pfeiffer Beach shot for awhile and I was just sitting at home one day when my buddy Justin Majeczky mentioned to me that it may be the last time to head out and see the moonlight shining through with the Milky Way. So I met up with my friend Jim Patterson and we drove out to see this awesome sight. It was pretty incredible to see the glow from the moon backlighting the waves crashing through the arch. The long exposure makes the water look very calm, however in reality it was very active and I was a little nervous about a rogue wave sneaking up. It was very hard to see much besides the moonlight glow in person.
I really hope you all enjoy the photo, feel free to share it.