Well, it's interesting that it looks good on your monitor. That sure suggests to me it's a monitor problem at least in part, although it's funny that they are red on both my monitors. I have Apple Cinema Displays I use with my MacBook Pro. I am glad they look nice to you but of course if I adjust them so they are nice to me now you (the client) will see something else. Oh it's so confusing.
Did not mean to strip the EXIF data, maybe it was never there? I am not sure what profile my monitor is using. Can I check this? I have calibrated them but not in a long time. I used a Spyder.
Not sure what my editing program is set to to use for final output. I use Photoshop CS4. I do believe it's set to sRGB as the camera is set to sRGB.
>I have a calibrated wide colour gamut monitor and your images >are not too red. To me they look just as I would want them. > >When you posted the EXIF data was stripped so we cannot use >this to assist. > >What profile is your monitor using and what is your editing >program set to use for final output? > >If you are using a wide gamut monitor that is using an sRGB >profile you WILL get garish reds not only in photographs but >also in any browser pages. > >Ian >