I'm quite good with indesign, I've been using it for 10 years now but this issue here really got to me.
So I'm in Indesign 2015 and this is what keeps happening (notice the difference in the shades of blue)
Everytime when I import a PSD or PNG file, indesign changes the tone of blue on the spread where I pasted cet PNG or PSD file. (it doesn't change it on any other pages or spreads)
I checked everything: i matched my colors via bridge, I converted the psd files to CMYK, I crossed referenced every setting but it keeps on happening.
Does anyone know how I can fix this so I can import my pictures etc without seeing my colors change (FYI: When I import my images as a JPG, it doesn't change the color)
Thanks in advance!
The blue you are showing in the bottom image is an out-of-gamut RGB color. When you place or paste an RGB image onto an InDesign page, out-of-gamut colors maybe displayed in the document's CMYK space (the CMYK profile assigned to the document) if you have Overprint or Separation Preview turned on, or if there's transparency on the page and the document's Transparency Blend Space is set to CMYK.
Here's your screen capture pasted into ID with Overprint turned on, which forces the bottom blue into the CMYK gamut:
And with Overprint turned off: