Go to the preferences of the Lightroom under the preset uncheck "Apply auto tone Adjustment"
and try again
Nope, never had it checked. Any other ideas?
What operating system?
Is your monitor calibrated?
And please give some details about what kind of "profile" you are applying, and how you are doing it.
Do you mean clicking on what should be a neutral grey with the eyedropper?
I am using Windows 10. The monitor is calibrated regularly. I am using the Colorchecker classic (Colorchecker Classic: X-Rite Photo). The process is: first white balance the camera to a digital gray card, then take a picture of the Classic card, using the Colorchecker plug in inside Lightroom generate a .dcp (digital color profile) file, close Lightroom and restart it, then use that generated profile under the "Camera Calibration" menu in Lightroom to color correct the files during that session.
This process has worked fine for the last six years and has only recently started generating images with a yellow cast. This is also across three different cameras; Nikon D300, Nikon D700, and Nikon D800. Also, these are RAW files that are being worked on.
Do you get the yellow cast on all files, or just the ones processed with Colorchecker?
If with all files, I have seen reports that upgrading to Windows 10 can corrupt the monitor profile, and the solution is to recalibrate.
Setting the display profile to sRGB temporarily will confirm whether the profile is corrup or not.
If it only happens with the Colorchecker files, the problem might be with the Colorchecker app, in which case you should contact X-rite.
Same problem to me...
Colorchecker Passport don't releases update since 2011, maybe it's time to refresh their applications! They say that these applications work with Windows 10, but isn't right, there are always some problems once installed the applications, and this is the last.
Anyway, i did not find a solution yet.
Does the Adobe Standard profile show a color cast, too, or is it ok and just the CCPP profiles have a cast?
I am on Windows 10 and don’t see any cast in CCPP profiles I made years ago and ones I’ve made since Windows 10.
Can you neutralize the cast by clicking the WB eyedropper on a neutral object or does the cast remain? Is the cast also on the histogram?
Thanks for your answer ssprengel, under this post you can see the result of DNG import in CCPP.
This time i tried the plugin CCPP in LR CC 2015.3 but the exportation crash at 40%, then, i tried the classic procedure that is export DNG in LR and import it in CCPP. Also in this case the application crash.
Now i can't use the CCPP color correction.
I can try again and if the CCPP work i can use your work-around (neutralize the color dominance) waiting the final patch to fix!
The important thing is if the CCPP profile shows a color cast when used within LR. Does it? The screenshot is how the guide-image looks in the CCPP software, which may or may not have anything to do with the profile produced. If the software is crashing then of course you're not able to produce new profiles.
Set the DNG Compatibility of your DNGs to the oldest setting (and then maybe the next oldest if the oldest doesn't work) and see if the CCPP software works any better.
Set your monitor profile to sRGB and see if there is still a color cast.
If the CCPP software won't work, then you can create custom camera profiles using Adobe's free DNG Profile Editor software. It's a little bit more hands-on but it works.