For some reason every time I open photoshop there is a weird yellow/tan filter over everything, not just the image, but it doesn't actually apply to the image when I export.
Attached is a screenshot of what a blank white image appears as in photoshop and the same image as a png.
As you can see it appears tan for some reason, is there a reason for this? Is there a solution for this?
Looks like a monitor colour profile issue, in the Control Panel go to Colour Management and follow the below screenshots
Restart Photoshop if it's already opened
didn't work, it's not a monitor issue, just a photoshop issue
You need to relaunch Photoshop when done, the profile is loaded at application startup.
No, it's not a monitor issue; it's a monitor profile issue. You most likely got a bad manufacturer profile through Windows Update.
This is easy enough to confirm: try to proof to Monitor RGB (ctrl+Y). If that removes the cast, it's a bad monitor profile. Note that this doesn't "fix" anything; you still have a bad profile. But this bypasses the monitor profile and disables all color management.
The real and proper fix for this is to use a calibrator to make a new profile.
This worked for me! Thank you!!
Shannon, proofing to monitor RGB is a temporary troubleshooting step, dont leave your system set like that.
I hope this helps
neil barstow, colourmanagement net :: adobe forum volunteer
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Wow it's work! Thank you!