placing png in indesign results in a white transparent layer over background

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Importing a png file in my indesign file results in a white transparant layer over the entire page IF the background is a image. 

 

But when the background is a box with a fill color everything is oke if I add a png to it. Why is this because I want to use an image as a background but don't want the transparant white layer. 

 

I have added some pictures to show you what I mean. 

 

Thank you in advance. 

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Change the Transparency Blend Space to RGB.

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What’s the Color Space of the background image? Is it a Grayscale?

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