Hi Everyone, When I first starting viewing pictures on my Vista machine, I noticed the photo gallery had a tendency to augment the photo on the warm side (orange). It makes the pictures hard to quick edit because you are starting with a photo that appears different to begin with. I circumvented the Glow by switching to Picasa for quick views and edits. It seems to show pictures as they were taken. For more serious editing, I used the Gimp. Which also showed true pictures. Now I have downloaded PS Elements and I noticed the glow is back.... but only when I bring the picture into the full editor. If I view the picture with the organizer... no glow... wtf??? Incidently, i use the vista machine to display my pic's as a screen saver. The screen saver program (which i assume is still photo gallery) doesn't show the glow. I spent an hour last night in PS editing a B&W scenic picture. Everything looked good and balanced. I saved it... and viewed it through Picasa... it looked like crap because I tuned the highlights and shadows according to the artificial glow!!! Anyone else notice this problem? or have any suggestions?? I shoot with a D60, fine JPEG. I don't think it's monitor calibration because the picture will appear correct in some programs. It seems to only be in the editing modes of the programs that cause the glow. Advice?