I'd like to apologize in advance if this has been covered. I did a search but I didn't find anything pertinent to my question. I recently bit the bullet and purchased photoshop CS3 (I had CS1 before, and ACR didn't work with the D50 on that version). With this done, I knew that I could shoot in RAW, which I have been waiting to do for a long time. However, it does something strange to my IR shots, which are done on an in-camera preset White Balance. When I open the NEF file, it first appears as it should (as shot on the camera and as displayed on its LCD). Then, the exclamation point appears (indicative of processing), I think, and then it changes... something. I think it's the white balance, but I'm not sure. It makes it much more red than it should be, among other things. What's worse is that it considers this white balance "as-shot", so I can't change it back. I've done a workaround recently involving iPhoto, but in the meantime, this is rather frustrating that I don't get the same editing abilities on this photo. Does anybody have any ideas as to why this is?