This content is for members only.While editing a client’s photo of the setting moon over Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park, I encountered a clever way to add color with Adobe Camera Raw’s (ACR’s) Graduated Filter or Adjustment Brush (since Lightroom’s Develop module has virtually the same functionality as ACR, this technique is also applicable to Lightroom). Despite my best efforts to saturate the blue sky with the saturation sliders in the HSL / Grayscale panel, this was not possible because the competing warm color produced by the rising sun counteracted (and bleached out) the cool color of the sky. To get around this challenge, I turned to the White Balance component of the Graduated Filter. In today’s Photoshop Workbench, I’ll show you how this works. Thanks to Luke Seaward for providing today’s example image.