In case you haven't had a chance to play with Adobe's new Dehaze tool, Photographer Bimal Ramdoyal, a redditor with the handle "manual_mode", shared this before and after image he shot during a blizzard that he then processed through the new tool in Photoshop (also available in Lightroom). The results, needless to say, are pretty impressive.
If you're like me, and haven't had a chance to play with this new feature yet, or can't quite bring yourself to trust promo videos from Adobe themselves, Ramdoyal's image is undeniably impressive.
There has been a lot of debate already (isn't there always?) about whether the dehaze feature is yet another way to enable lazy photographers to just "fix" their images in post. Probably, but so what? I am always psyched about a new tool I can have in my bag of post processing tricks. This is especially helpful being a shooter in Houston where following a bride out of a 68 degree church into a 98 degree bog and having all your gear fog up is a pretty common occurrence.
To see more example images and read a quick write-up from Ramdoyal, check out his blog post.
Photograph used with permission.