Did you turn on the Overprint Preview in InDesign,
but you make way to much work in your workflow:
- Use RGB images instead CMYK, you don't need to convert them in Photoshop, let InDesign do it.
- Place the original PSD or PDF file, you don't need to export or save it as TIFF, InDesign works fine with PSD or PDF.
Also, WHICH CMYK? The display of CMYK colours depends (crucially but not only) on which CMYK profile is used. So compare the two apps.
I've set bridge to synchronise my color profil setup along the Adobe suite.
Synchronizing syncs the application Color Settings, but not an existing document's color settings (assigned profiles, and color management policies). So sync'ing doesn't necessarily mean you'll get matching profiles and color display.
Set Photoshop's doc info in the lower left window corner to Document Profile, and with the placed image selected check ID's Link Info to make sure the profiles match
and thank you very much for your helps,
profiles of documents were both identical, thank you Rob, i did had a look at this too !)
thank you all for your effort in trying to help me,
in fact ...
after getting into that shity windows (been a mac user for 15 years and certainly again after this laptop pc experience)
i made some drivers updates don't tell me which ones i could not even tell you what i did (wonderfull pc world),
the fact is that after i did this i had same colors on both apps so problem was solved.
The project that pushed me into this issue was printing a book from indesign's export pdf,
i received this morning the printed book from blurb and the colors are exact, same greens, same richness,
as the ones from photoshop, so i know which app to trust now !)
I wish you all a good one,
and again : big thanks !
cheers from Paris,