Relatively new to photography in general so please bear with me... So I am having a problem with the way Photoshop is displaying my images. When using sRGB or Adobe RGB colorspace (or when color management profiles are on) it applies a orange/magenta hue to my image. This only happens with photos shot from my Canon 30D. I am shooting in sRGB to RAW. When I convert the image to sRGB or Adobe RGB it gets the red hue, however when I turn color management off or when I use my monitor RGB space, the file appears as normal. I have other people open the file in their Photoshop spaces, and they do not get the same issue. Here are some screenshots to illustrate what is happening. Here is the Photo in Adobe RGB: http://img18.imageshack.us/img18/4126/bridgenight.jpg Desktop Background ( no color management) vs Photoshop in sRGB: http://img25.imageshack.us/img25/8997/compareqcg.jpg When anyone else opens the file, it looks like the "cooler" version. Here is a screenshot of when I disable color management and use my monitor's RGB space, as you can see it looks "normal": http://img4.imageshack.us/img4/3325/22497657.jpg And lastly, here is the RAW CR2: IMG_0205.CR2 or try IMG_0205.CR2 - FileFactory I realize the white balance is way off...Forgive me. Hopefully those links don't give you issues... Any help with this would be greately appreciated! Thanks.