Yesterday I got my first DSLR, a Nikon D5300. It works great and I have no complaints, however I'm having a strange issue.
In some programs, like UFRaw, as a desktop image, and in one of the Windows Photo Viewers, some RAW images have a purple tint.
However, in the other Windows Photo Viewer, Adobe Lightroom, GIMP, paint.net, and Photivo, this purple tint is missing.
Here is an example:
This is a picture of my laptop screen. The picture in the window is the original image. The picture in the background is the same image set as my desktop wallpaper (I understand this isn't something anyone should normally do, but it's just an example.)
I thought originally that there might be something wrong with my camera. However, I downloaded sample NEF files from the internet and they are effected too.
That lead me to think there might be something wrong with my display settings or color profiles. However, I also changed these with no luck.
This occurs in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, which I updated to this morning.
Any ideas? I've looked all over the internet, and similar reports suggest there's something wrong with the white balance, but since I tried different programs and different RAW files, I can't see how that's the problem.