This is just the beginning of a collection of information that I hope is useful.

So far I have:



  1. I’ve just tried the plug-in for LR6.3 and my LR Plug-in Manager status field says the plug-in is enabled but an error message appeared and the Plug-In is not listed as added. Anyone got a solution?


  2. Hi,

    Many thanks for making this, I’m getting the following error message when attempting to use the “Graduated and radial filter option on a Mac running LR 6.9. Any ideas? Many thanks.

    An internal error has occurred.

    [string “LRFilters.lua”]:177: attempt to perform arithmetic on field ‘LocalDehaze’ (a nil value)


    • Thomas
      Thanks for the really useful feedback. I have updated the plugin to try to handle the missing data condition that you ran into. Please download the new version (2.1) and see if you have any similar errors.


    • Ian,
      The dialog box should be empty if you have not created any filters. I have add a comment on the page that describes how LRFilters works to suggest that if the dialog is empty you cancel it, and use the normal LR functions to create a filter, then try it again.
      If you did have a filter in place in the current photo but the dialog is empty I would like to know more about what is going on.


  3. Works a treat on LR 6.9 – an excellent tool! Thanks for your hard work implementing it, and for making it free.

    I’m trying very hard not to overuse it 😉


  4. Thanks very much for your work. The good news: I have been able to update LrHazeFilters to support the adjustment brush in LR 6.13 by adding “PaintBasedCorrections”.


  5. I just got a new computer using Windows 10 (hate it). I’m trying to re-install DeHaze into LR6 but I just keep getting an error message that it can’t install, no further details as to why. Any suggestions?


    • Laurie,
      The first thing to check is that you have a folder named LRHazeFilters.lrplugin (the folder name must end in .lrplugin). The second thing to check is the LRHazeFilters.lrplugin folder contains just 4 files: Info.lua LRFilters.lua LRHaze.lua and LRHazeFiltersInfo.lua These files must have been extracted from the zip you downloaded – you can not just point Lightroom at the folder inside the zip. Finally make sure you a pointing Plug-in Manager at the LRHazeFilters.lrplugin folder.
      Personally I think Win 10 is OK – if you are new to it allow yourself some time to adjust.


  6. Gary,

    I think I may have figured out the problem. I just tried re-installing again, and got a different error message this time. Now it says that it can’t install because I am running LR6.0. I forgot to update LR after installing on my new computer. I will update now, and hope that solves the problem.


  7. Great work, on my Imac I just installed the plugh-in aand it works fine. Is there any way to have the Dehaze control box to be show permanently as part of the GUI? Best regards Jan Staack


  8. Thank you for this tool. I’ve managed to make LR5 and 6 improve photos taken at air shows that had too much haze but your tool makes it easier.



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