It may be your monitor, or perhaps the jiggery-pokery of varying colour space through the forum. Perfectly neutral here and my monitor is calibrated.
This raises a question I raised before somewhere, and to which I have either forgotten the reply or just not understood it.
My monitor (calibrated) is shared by two computers, this one for Internet and general office work, and another one reserved for PS and photography (it's currently away being meddled with).
The question was: when calibrating the monitor, done via the PS-dedicated one, am I adjusting the monitor
or simply that computer's reactions with it? So, does the Internet computer also
take advantage of the calibrations done via the PS computer, or do I have to recalibrate using the Internet computer too? Basically, is it the monitor that really gets adjusted via calibration or the individual computers?
Regarding your shot: the white rebate below the shot is perfectly white in my setup, it's just the cloud areas, the sky, that still look slightly pink to me.
But, looking at the grey (?) space around this box as I type, and also when I press Preview, I still get that slight sensation of pink. I never noticed this before - is there an intended tint on the LuLa space here? The space on which I type, though, is perfectly white to me, with no hint of a colour tone.