I'll show you my favorite trick on How to improve contrast in landscape images with Lightroom. A better alternative to the Dehaze function. PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOPS - https://www.andrealivieriphoto.com
Haze is an integral part of landscape photography. Haze removes most of the contrast from your photo, and that’s what gives it the flat, washed-out look. The phenomenon of haze is even pronounced when you use a telephoto lens, chances are it’s totally washed out and lacking any punch at all.
There are different approaches to tackle the haze, but Contrast is the one that will make the biggest difference to your shot.
Let's see how to recover and adjust the contrast in a low contrast image.
00:30 What's the Haze
1:11 How to tackle the haze
1:49 Editing Session - The Special Trick
9:27 Images review & Final REsults
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Cameras: Fujifilm X-T4
Lenses: Fujinon XF 16-55mm
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