You may have to experiment with different settings. InDesign is not a photographic application per se; like Photoshop is. InDesign is an app that prints CMYK, not RGB. Try disabling "Let InDesign choose color" or similar, and let the printer determine color based on your profiles and paper choice.
Well, if it's not a PostScript printer and we're in Windows, InDesign is going to have to send RGB like every other app....
Hi - I disabled the custom profile for my Moab paper and whilst the green hue is gone, the colors are dull. My question is should I save my images in Photoshop to CMYK? As opposed to RGB?
Should I change the color profile assigned to Indesign to Adobe RGB? This was the original color profile of the image in Photoshop.
Perhaps we could compare. You say the colours are wrong but what is your comparison?
The screen - in what app(s)? And is it calibrated?
The printer - from what app(s)?
I Printed more of the images and it looks great. I think it was that one image that appeared a little dull but I tweaked it in PS.