Hello community, this is my first post in this forum, so please excuse any mistakes! I've registered because of a long-term problem with color profiles and calibration and hope that this forum can provide good tipps... What I did: I bought a Spyder for calibrating my monitor. I do a lot of prints in my free time and just had enough of weird color differences between the edit and the final result. But it did not work out as planned. Basically I ended up with a color profile for both of my monitors which "looks" good on these monitors and windows and stuff as well as when I print them directly (through any program). The problem lies in the part of editing. IrfanView for example displays a different image than Camera Raw in PS and it gets even worse when I open an image in the windows preview (which is negligible). See photo below. IrfanView (left), Camera RAW in PS (center), Windows Preview (right) - the image in all three programs are taken in raw and the file came straight from the camera I rely on IrfanView as the best "output" because the image I print looks pretty close to what it displays. What I do not understand: How can I set up (at least) Photoshop and Camera RAW in a way that it accepts my color profile which is set up to be my standard for Windows, so that it matches IrfanView and the prints? Changing the color settings in Photoshop does not result in a correct image display. Or I do it wrong. Converting color profiles from e.g. sRGB to Monitor Profile makes it worse. Thanks for any kindly help!