Are you recording and importing JPG or RAW (CR2) files or both?
Sounds like you are making changes to how the camera records JPG images but you are shooting and importing RAW images which don't use those in camera settings.
Post a picture of the cameras LCD screen showing what the images looks like on the camera and a LR screen capture of the same image.
I am always making RAW photos. That these settings only apply on JPEG was a good idea, but i checked, and it affects RAW photography too. here is a Picture of an Imported Photo, still loading into Lightroom. A you can see the colors are good. But once it is uploaded, it is suddenly very red.
please look closely at the stones on the bottom. They are much darker once the picture is imported, and there is less saturation.
i am working on the version 2015.1.1 and camera raw 9.1.1.
Apply during import settings are none.
Any other Idea? thanks
It looks to me the initial image you are seeing is from the built in, included, JPG preview recorded inside a RAW file and once LR gets done reading the real RAW file it builds its own preview which will not include the In Camera settings you have applied. To my knowledge this is true for 99% of cameras on the market today. None of the In Camera settings are carried over to the RAW files, they wouldn't be RAW files if they were carried over. RAW is RAW sensor data with no in camera processing.
Now I may be wrong as the only Canon camera I own is an older S90 P&S but no matter what In Camera settings I have set the RAW file is still the RAW file and does not show those In Camera settings.
thats not good :/ so there is basicly nothing i can do about it? bu why does the image turn so red?? and, i just noticed. If I import the same picture into another Program, Aperture or iPhoto, it turns completely green instead. What is that??
this is the original!
this is what lightroom does to it!
this is what Aperture does to it!
what is that??
Another good link with answers for the OP.-
It mentions Nikon, but the info can be applied to any camera!
And the images!! Are they taken through glass to get the double image ghosting??
Maybe a corrupt monitor profile also!
If they are RAW files then each program interprets what the camera has recorded. I have no idea why those Apple programs would display it with a green tint.
I am watching the free TerryWhite videos on learning LRCC 2017. In Part 5 (the 2nd video in that part...there are two parts), Terry address your very issue and explains how to fix it. The fix is in the Camera Calibration when you take that photo into "Develop" mode.
When you watch the you tube video (it is TerryWhite twitch/adobe tv....it is approx 3/4 of the way through part 5 that you will see your explanation and answer.
Hope this helps,