I'm photographing a really dark scene with my iPhone 7 Plus in RAW, and exporting it to JPEG in Lightroom 5:
Notice the purple cast throughout, especially in the corners. The in-camera JPEG doesn't have this problem:
How do I process the RAW in Lightroom 5 to remove the color cast?
I tried the following:
Adjusting the white balance, both temp and tint. They either don't eliminate the color cast, or change the color of the color cast (rather than eliminating it), or mess up the color balance of the entire photo, making everything look green.
Reducing the Blacks via the slider eliminates the color cast, but also darkens the entire image to the point it's useless.
Tweaking the Whites sider doesn't eliminate the color cast, either.
Reducing the exposure of the scene, but that makes the entire photo dark.
To see if Lightroom's RAW processing is the problem, I tried exporting using Preview, but that didn't help:
None of these work. How do I edit the RAW to eliminate the color cast, like the in-camera JPEG?
ISO and shutter speed are already at their max — 1600 and 1/3s.