So I would like to see the dehaze slider in the Graduated Filter. Then it would be much more useful.
And this is interesting: Now with the new LR update, we have Dehaze as local adjustment, and here the Dehaze has found its place between Clarity and Saturation.
So I assume, that the idea of putting Dehaze next to Clarity already has some resonance at Adobe. Let us hope that it falls into place in the next update.
Maybe there is a good reason to separate the Dehaze slider from all the rest that affect global toning and color, but the only reason I can come up with is it might be grouped in the FX area is that Adobe wants to hide it from Photoshop Elements users and its easier to hide it if it's in a tab in the Camera Raw plug-in they already hide instead of having to mess with the Basic toning area.
I suggest moving the dehaze slider from the effects pane to the basic pane in the develop module. I find this may improve workflow. Thanks.
In Lightroom, how about moving the Dehaze slider from the bottom of the module to the Basic section between the Clarity and Vibrance sliders)? The same location it is in the brush options?
Unfortunatly it is bugged, if you use a plug-in, like LrControl for example, that modifies Dehaze with the option to reveal adjusted controls "LrDevelopController.revealAdjustedControls()", Lightroom reveals the effects panel, effectively hiding the Dehaze slider instead of revealing it.
So it looks like Lightroom "thinks" the Dehaze slider is still in the old location.