Live preview of Dehaze effect in Adobe Lightroom

This year I went to a local park for a 4th of July fireworks display. I pretty much got some nice images using my Nikon  and Terry White’s firework shooting settings.  But  it doesn’t matter how good your settings are we still cant avoid the smoke in our fireworks pictures. Thanks to the Dehaze effect in Adobe  Lightroom CC  I can remove the smoke from my pictures in a second simply moving Dehaze effect slider to the right. Moving Dehaze slider to the right from 0  to +100 you are removing haze/smoke from your pictures. Moving the Dehaze effect slider from 0 to -100 you can add a haze effect to your pictures.

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See it in action here:

Dehaze effect In Lightroom

 

 

How to Make a Movie Poster with Adobe Photoshop Mix

Click on + icon

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Click on Camera Roll icon

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Choose your first ( and it will be our background ) image

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Resize your image

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Adjust > Exposure ( move exposure’s slider all way to the left to apply the Night Time Effect to our background layer)

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Click on the second layer icon and add your second image

Click on Cut Out icon. Now we need to remove the Moon’s background.
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Resize the Moon’s size

Adjust > Exposure ( move exposure’s slide to the left to make the moon darker )

Holding the Moon Layers move this layer over our Background layer
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Now we have another “empty” layer. Click on the “empty” layer and chose the robot image

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Cut Out > Remove Robot’s image background

Adjust > Exposure > Move Exposure slider to the left to make robot image absolutely dark

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Holding Robot Layer icon move this layer over our First layer

Click on Looks icon > Natural + look

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Adjust > Saturation > Move slider to the left

Send to Photoshop > Your image is Stored in your Creative Cloud Photoshop Folder

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Open your Photoshop Mix image in Photoshop

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Adobe Paper Texture Pro

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Chose any paper texture you like to work with > Image > Adjustment > Vibrance

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Make Layer opacity = 67% > Gradient Tool ( with opacity = 18% )

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Apply mask to highlight the moon and robot

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Adjustment Layers > Exposure

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Final

Musician

Musician painted in Adobe Photoshop CC and Wacom using Mixer Brush Tool

Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom
Painted with Adobe Photoshop CC & wacom