The beauty of the RAW image file is its incredible malleability. There’s an immense amount of information in those files just waiting for you to exploit.
In this tutorial, Matt Kloskowski shows you a cool exploit for changing the color of your image in Lightroom without touching color temperature or the hue and saturation sliders.
Instead, he uses a color tool that can be found in the radial and graduated filters in the develop module. It looks like this:
Kloskowski uses this color tool in landscape photos, especially in the sky or wherever a “color is acting stubbornly.” It’s pretty powerful.
P.S This technique also works in Adobe Camera RAW.