Lightroom? Target color/luminance

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I have a big problem with white balance. Every time I set a perfect white balance, changing the vibrance/saturation screws it up. So, is it possible to implement a target point where the colors will be fixed no matter what settings you made. (or luminance [cause' I always end up changing the exposure again every time I apply highlight/shadow recovery])

The parameter to change the target points' (take note: points, which means I suggest that we could choose more than one target point) is white balance for color and exposure for luminance.

I think my post is slightly confusing. If you don't understand my point, ask me in a more detailed way and I will gladly answer you.
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Jinn Leong

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Posted 7 years ago

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You want to be able to define a pixel-position (target point) that is used to continuously re-compute the WB value of the image when toning and other parameters are changed, right?

When you increase the saturation significantly, and eye-dropper the same point as originally used to set the WB, do you see significant changes in WB?
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Hi Jinn,

I've never experienced white balance being changed by saturation, although vibrance certainly boosts cool colors more than warm, especially blue.

I realize this may not address your core issue, but I'm not Adobe...


That's it for now,
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Neither did I.