What I'm seeing is that when a Layer is created, the White Balance settings are copied from the Background to the Layer and stay in sync with those settings on the Background as they are changed on the Background. Once any changes are made to the White Balance settings on the Layer, it seems that those remain independent of the Background settings, unless Reset.
If I have that right, is there a way to have relative white balance adjustments in a layer? In my dreams, that would be an incremental adjustment in terms of Mired. Failing that, the best I can think of would be to add a Layer equivalent to a warming or cooling filter and adjust the effect of that filter with masking and layer opacity. To apply that warming or cooling effect along with any relative adjustments in another layer you'd need to copy the mask from one to the other.
Is there an easier way to make relative white balance adjustments? Is there a way to, say, apply a general color cast to a layer?
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