Hi there OK, let me preface this by saying I convert literally hundreds of RAWs a week and have never had (or noticed perhaps?) this problem before. My work flow is that I go through my images in Zoombrowser (the free software that comes with Canon) to decide which ones I want to keep, and then convert in Photoshop CS2. On Saturday I was shooting interiors of a big venue and the lighting is relatively extreme. However I have never noticed this as an issue before, I popped it onto Photoshop and it just wouldn't look like it looked in Zoombrowser. Obviously I have tried about a million setting in Photoshop to get it to look like it does in Zoom browser, but it won't. So then I tried some of Canon's other own software to see if I could convert it, and indeed Digital Photo Professional had no problem and made it look just like it did when viewed on Zoombrowser. Now I realise that inherently some RAW converters handle different setting better or worse than others. But I have never had this problem with CS2 before. Is there something I am doing wrong? Is there a way of fixing this, or do I just accept that there are some things that CS2 can't do, and for then use Digital Photo Professional. I have popped on the photos in question. This is Photoshop (minimal tampering, but I have adjusted the contrast, to no avail, it didn't get it any better) http://www.helenmaybanks.com/wphotodetail.aspx?folder=comparison&file=Sandhurst002 And this is the image pretty much how it appeared in Zoombroser, but converted in Digital photo professional: http://www.helenmaybanks.com/wphotodetail.aspx?folder=comparison&file=Sandhurst002_DPP So what do you think guys, any suggestions? (and I appreciate that moving to another RAW converter would be good, but I don't have the finances just yet, so I thought I could see if I could rectify the situation in CS2) Thanks!