[quote="lukx" wrote: Any plans for Dehaze slider as in LR ?
[quote="SFA" wrote: Good post IanS.Not having used LR since V1.4 (and a quick look at V3) I am not in a position to help out with a direct comparison of recent LR and C1. However I often wondered how they really compare.
[quote="lukx" wrote: Any plans for dehaze slider as in LR ?
[quote="Irvin.Gomez" wrote: the same effect can be achieved in Capture One with luma contrast and a couple of other adjustments. A few extra clicks, but just as good as Lightroom.
[quote="IanS" wrote: If you want to replicate the effect of the Dehaze slider you are really just increasing contrast.
[quote="Keith Reeder" wrote: [quote="Irvin.Gomez" wrote: the same effect can be achieved in Capture One with luma contrast and a couple of other adjustments. A few extra clicks, but just as good as Lightroom.
It's not even close to "proper" DeHaze. It is impossible to recreate using Capture One existing tools.This is as true now as it was when this thread started: http://forum.phaseone.com/En/viewtopic.php?f=57&t=20458&hilit=dehaze#p95742 - DeHaze/ClearView also enhance micro-detail in a way which nothing in Capture One can do: there's some properly novel processing going on with these tools for which Capture One has no equivalent.I was an official beta tester for DxO when it introduced ClearView, and I'm privy to some behind-the-scenes knowledge of how it works which I can't share here due to the ongoing effect of the NDA, but be in no doubt that it's doing an awful lot more than mucking about with contrast, black points, curves and so on. Please note the last-but-one post, from Wilson32, on the linked thread: he sums up the ongoing reality of DeHaze as far as Capture One is concerned...
[quote="ClauS" wrote: Maybe someone could be interested in this tutorial on how to dehaze with CO that I've just seen on YT (it's really fresh).https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2js4ELed3UThe result is not exactly the same and maybe there's something more or different that could have been done to get the image closer to LR. However the video shows that with a very fast process you can get a good starting point with a natural look.
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