Lightroom: is it possible to set & save my own Custom WB?

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Is there any way to set up and save a custom WB in Lightroom please?

I've noticed over time that the Auto is coming in just a little warm for my own preference, and wanted a permanent tweaked version, so I can avoid having to alter individual images.

Thanks in Advance
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Edward

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You can make a develop preset that only tweaks the two WB sliders. There are collections of WB-only presets out there that can move the tint and temp a little in either direction.

They will not take into consideration those pixels assessed as "neutral", which is what auto WB is doing. I suspect what you really want is a way to have auto be a little cooler.

The only way I can think of doing this is applying auto WB and then using a "make WB a little cooler" preset..
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I don't think native Lightroom supports relative wb adjustments in presets, does it???
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Rob Cole

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Edward - didn't you already post about this? - http://feedback.photoshop.com/photosh...
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Edward

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Kind of Rob, but I was wondering more about the possibility of saving a custom setting alongside the presets. It would be good to have that option (no matter what the use was)