Hi, this is my first post, I hope my question makes sense… but first of all a BIG THANKS SO MUCH for this wonderful piece of software!!!
On the rawpedia white balance page it suggests to not use the WB controls for color toning but use the “color toning” tool for that purpose. I think I understand the reasons. Now, using a gray card and the “pick” tool it is easy to get perfect white balance.
But how do I (re-)introduce a color tone that is similar (though maybe less extreme) to the original lighting conditions?
How can I make these two photos look different:
- picture taken well after sunset in very blue light
- picture taken at a campfire in very red light
The WB tool seems ideal for this purpose. In the “color toning” tool I do not see a “color temp” slider or anything like it. If I understand the recommendation on the wiki correctly, how do I achieve this goal without misusing the WB tool for this purpose?
Thanks a lot for your help!