I'm a freelancer hired to edit product photos.
The company mailed the products to me so that I can ensure that the color of the products match what they look like in real life.
I do have some experience with this through working at a home shopping television network and shooting and editing products, but I never came across this problem.
The first (left) image shows what it looks like in real life after I made adjustments to the photo. The second image (right) shows what the image looks like if I only do the color checker correction (and no other adjustments).
In real life, the product is more greenish, but even using the color checker passport, it clearly looks more bluish in the computer.
I'd like to know what's causing this and how I can fix it so that when I use the color checker passport, that it more closely matches what it looks like in real life. Adjusting the colors manually is a little difficult to be consistent with the other products of the same color. They continue to look a little off with when comparing them side by side, so I'm hoping to find the problem so that everything can be an exact match.