I took some photos of a gorgeous orange sky after sunset the other night and I've been playing around with different software and noticed that they look a lot different depending on what I use to view them. LR and PS show images that have very muted colors compared to what shows in Capture NX or View NX. From what I've read it's because the Nikon software applies in-camera settings to the RAW images unlike the Adobe products. Is that the case? The funny thing is that the photos display in the Nikon software exactly as the scenes appeared in real life whereas the muted colors of the Adobes don't reflect the actual view that night. Does that mean the photos need artificial enhancement to reflect reality. I would've expected the "true" RAWs to more closely reflect what I saw and the in-camera processing to artificially enhance that. I'm very surprised to see the differences? LR is my preferred software (at least so far in my very little experience), and when I first imported the photos, they showed exactly like they do in the Nikon software. After a minute or so, they all changed to the Adobe look one-by-one. How do you all deal with this?