Lightroom 4: adaptive white balance

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adaptive "white" balance: To match colours of multiple pictures shot in different light, with different cameras or different lenses, when grey table was not used is hard. Could you please add a feature to pick a colour, and drop it to different picture. For example to pick (learn) a colour of beige wedding dress shot indoor in fluorescent light, and click at the wedding dress at different picture shot outdoor in a daylight, and adjust the white balance/ tint/ HSL to match the colours. Another example might be a skin tone, grass colour... anything that should look consistent, but was shot in different conditions. That would be a great time saver. Thank you
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Milan Stryja

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Posted 6 years ago

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Chris Cox

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Which program are you using?

(Photoshop already has several tools to do things like this)
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Milan Stryja

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Hi Chris, any tips how to do this in LR4? Thank you!
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Milan Stryja

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I use lightroom 4 and I did not found easy way to do it. All tips and hints welcome!
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I don't think you can because for some reason LR makes no mention of the temperature when setting the WB.
Very odd!