Hi bubba ,
Dehaze was introduced in Lightroom CC , and was not a part of Lightroom 6.Here is a similar thread
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Adobe only provides new features to CC subscribers although those who have purchased the stand alone version of LR6 will continue to receive camera raw updates for new camera models and bug fixes. There have been a number of new features since the first introduction of LR CC 2015 which are not available in LR6:
-Addition of Dehaze tool in Effects
-Addition of Whites & Black sliders to selective adjustment tools
-Addition of Dehaze slider to selective adjustment tools
-Addition of Boundary Warp for Panoramas
The benefit of a CC subscription is that you will receive these new features as soon as they become available, without having to wait for LR7, LR8 etc. The replacement cycle in the past has been around two years. As far as I know Adobe intends to continue the stand alone version; so you should be able to get these features by paying to upgrade to LR7, whenever it becomes available.
That is supposed to be the same program without cloud.
Adobe has stated differently, that new features would be added to CC but not to Lightroom 6.
DE haze is on LR CC. Why is it not on LR 6? That is supposed to be the same program without cloud.
The difference between Lightroom CC and Lightroom 6 is not really "the cloud". Regardless of which version you get, the programs are installed locally on your computer, run locally on your computer, and updates are provided via the cloud. The main difference is that Lightroom 6 is sold as a standalone and will receive no updates as far as features are concerned. Lightroom 6 will receive updates to support new cameras, but new features will be reserved for the next upgrade version, which you will be required to purchase if you want it. Lightroom CC is designed to receive more frequent and periodic feature updates. That is one of the benefits of subscribing to the creative cloud. But be patient. As far as we know, there will eventually be a Lightroom 7 standalone version released. As we understand it (and we're all just users like yourself) the dehaze filter and other features you are looking for will be part of that new upgrade version. When/if it is released you will have to make the decision whether or not you want to purchase the upgrade.
Thanks, guys. Appreciate your prompt and thorough response.