Sometimes a client, one in a hundred, complains my photos are over saturated and over contrasted. They certainly are looking at the photos in a deffective monitor. But after a few updates ago when I open Bridge I see my images as I just described, over saturated, specially yellows and reds, and with a stronger contrast. After a few seconds all images turn to normal and the original colors are set. In Photoshop, ACR or even in the internet, as Instagram or Youtube, I never see this color distortion.
My adobe programs are set in Bridge for Adobe RGB and Fogra CMYK. My Benq Pro monitor is properly calibrated.
My question is: where is this color distortion coming from and why does it happen on the first seconds after opening Bridge?
What kind of images are these? Also, do you send the images in the same format as they are on your machine? (e.g., if you take raw images, do you send them raw images?)
Also, what is your OS (and what release)?
They are jpeg saved in AdobeRGB straight from Nikon raw file. OS is Windows 10 Pro 2022.