Try using the HSL/Color/B&W section in the Color mode for more adjustments. You could also try different WB: lighting options first then adjust the Temp-Tint.
Have you tried the Auto option in the WB: drop down?
Why not upload one of the raw images to Dropbox and post a link to it in this thread so other users can have a go at it.
Thanks for the suggestion, actually I've tried both adjust color temperature manually and use WB selector at beginning, but they're not perfectly working as expectation.
1. You can see in right side is raw image adjust WB by pointing selector at sea slug white area in Olympus software, and left side is doing the same thing in LR, color temperature is auto adjusted and tint is already tuned to max value.
2. If I adjust WB manually, and fine tune color in HSL section, ignoring slight color differen, thee image is close to expectation but unfortunately HSL color adjustment is not continuous and making strange green color in between.
If you would like to try my raw image, please download from below link, ORF is TG4 original raw image format and LR can import it directly.
From Olympus software experience, I think it's not very difficult to tune WB with simple color temperature and tint adjustment instead of trying incontinuous HSL color adjustment if LR can open wider tint adjust range...
Hi bhousto90, thank you for the suggestion, but this method doesn't work for my case, DNF profiles still has it adjust limitation.
Like you, i haven't found any way to over correct the white balance in LR.
One solution i use is to import the picture in Photoshop and use the Camera RAW filter (CTRL+SHIFT+A). You can even stack this filter!
That way you can go very far on the white balance correction (i even use it for ultra violet underwater photography)
If you still have a color cast, say green, try brushing on the complimentary color, in this case, Cyan. You can vary the density and flow to put in just the amount of Cyan to offset the green.
Unfortunately my LR is standalone version, not like subscribe version come with PS, still hope if LR can open wider WB and tint adjustment range to easily solve this problem.
Actually, there is no difference in that feature of Lightroom between the standalone version and the "subscription" version. The only thing that could be limiting your white balance choices is it the images are JPEG images.
There is work around and yes its an annoying limitation - it forced me to use canon DPP or Capture 1 for ambient light underwater shots as they CAN dial in more tint.
The work around someone else described is here:-
Basically, get the DNG profile creator from Adobe (free) and create a new camera profile where the only change you make is drag the tint to the maximum allowed (100 or 150). Then select that profile in the camera calibration tab in lightroom. You will then in effect START from the maximum allowed and set by the profile and be allowed to add up to 150 more. This is enough for pretty much all shots.
It works but i wish such a workaround wasn't needed. ACR in general is a long way behind others these days.
True, the WB temp / tint sliders in Basic do have a limit on their range, as with all the other sliders there.
It is possible to get still more effect via a local adjustment - for example brushing over the whole picture, or making a graduated filter that begins in full strength right from one edge of the picture. Then you can set this to apply whatever further degree of WB Temp / Tint adjustment (or whatever) you want.
If even that's not enough, you can add a (separate) second local adjustment right over the top - and so on.
However such very large corrections may be better handled in some more optimal and direct way, perhaps by a custom camera calibration profile. And/or, perhaps consider assisting the adjustment using the manual colour response sliders in the Camera Calibration panel. Those can alter the image's hues very powerfully.