Ok, So I finally thought I had the whole color management thing down, and then a new problem occurs.
My monitor is calibrated using a Spyder II and it's software.
Color Management is turned off in the printer's drivers.
No effects or color sliders are tampered with in the printer drivers.
I am using Photoshop to manage colors and I am using the correct the ICC for my paper.
I am using Ilford Smooth Peal Paper; In the past I have created excellent prints with this paper.
Every image I seem to print has a red color cast to it. the redness is especially noticeable in the highlights of the images. I have tried canon paper as well as Ilford and I am having the same problem with both.
For example in the image below the blueish wall behind the sofa will look almost red in stead of its original color. Also there will be red in places that appear white. Red appears in the skintones, the sofa the carpet, and the male's socks lol.
In the following image the highlight in the upper left hand corner of the wall has a red cast to it, and the skintones look more red than they should.
I have tried using a hue/saturation adjustment layer and pulling down the red saturation; but its not working. HELP!
Thanks a lot guys, any suggestions and info would be awesomely Awesome!