These hills were, once again, somewhere over southern California if memory serves me correctly.
As you will no doubt know, when you shoot through airline windows at cruising altitude, you generally end up with horribly low contrast, hazy images. In Lightroom, the first thing I do is pull the black point alarmingly far to the right. In itself, this makes a huge difference but in most cases I need at least a couple of curves in Photoshop to pull out what little contrast is in the image and make it look reasonable.
In this case, I snapped a pic with my iPhone using the super Camera+ application and pressed the “Clarity” button which seems to do just about everything you need to clean up the horrible original.
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