When I load my images into light room 4 the color is not correct. However the color is correct when they are viewed using the Canon software, Tiffen DFX and other programs. My monitor is calibated using Huey Pro. I use a Canon 7D and shoot RAW exclusively.
It could be that you're applying a develop preset on import or that you've somehow set new default camera settings for the 7D. Check that the White Balance is set to 'As Shot'. If it isn't then first check that no develop presets are being applied in import module. If this doesn't solve the issue try resetting the camera defaults (Develop module > Develop menu > Set Default Settings). This should bring up the dialog in below screenshot. Bring the button labeled Restore Adobe Default Settings.
Could be a calibration or profile or an expectation issue, or even a bug.
Are your Huey profiles ICC4 or something less? LR has had issues with ICC4 profiles. Are you using a wide-gamut monitor? Are you using dual monitors of different models and calibrations?
Have you tried all the camera-match profiles in the Camera Calibration area? Adobe-rendering will never be exactly the same as Canon-rendering but the profiles with the Camera prefix attempt to match the Canon rendering insomuch as a profile can do this.
Does the warmth issue happen for tungsten and daylight/flash lighting or more just one of those?
Are you using a custom-WB measured by the camera and using As Shot in LR or something else?
Can you give us a side-by-side screen-shot that shows the LR and the DPP version, and perhaps provide a sample raw file and DPP-rendered JPG for download using www.dropbox.com or the like?
i had the issue with a trial version of CS3
Problem most visible with flesh tones i.e very pink also visible when importing from my wifes camera (Canon SD110is)
Warm issue apparent regardless of lighting
Pictures are taken using
auto White balance and transfered to LR as Shot
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