White Balance

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    John Winter

    I wholeheartedly agree.  The eyedropper tool for White Balance is very useful in Adobe, wish it was in Skylum.

     

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    Remo Coon

    It is already there and was in the previous version as well. Look for the eyedropper on the same line as the white balance under "develop".

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    William Stickney

    I would also like to see a one click white balance function - like the Lightroom eye dropper in the "Develop" module. It should be obvious - I don't want to have to burrow through various filter options to find it.

     

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    Chris Boshuizen

    @Remo - They don't seem to be there. I am using the latest windows trial version (1.2.0.1886), and the "Develop" and "Color Temperature" look nothing like the ones on this page:

    https://skylum.com/luminar/filters/color-temperature

    There is no drop down for presets, and there is no eye dropper. 

    Is it a missing feature of this version? Or of the trial? If it is included, which module do I add to find it?

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    Denis Kotsee

    White balance tools are going to be included into one of the next updates for Luminar on Windows (they're already available on Mac).

    @Chris Boshuizen the article you're referring to is about the previous version of Luminar, Neptune. It has a different interface. For an overview of filters in Luminar 2018l, check here (scroll down to Develop & Raw Develop to get straight to the subject of this thread): https://skylum.com/luminar/user-manual/2018/windows/using-filters

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