Studio shoot products help! Shot out how a greyish
First of all you are using an extreme aperture and because of that you might have some chromatic aberation. That normally manifests along the edges.
Another thing could be the lighting, colour balance, colour mode you use in camera and on your computer, etc. Make a custom colour balance on your scene, prefeably with a colour checker nor just a white card, make shure you have clean white light, shoot in raw and use the same colour space your client will use to print. Use a calibrated monitor, and there would be a lot more to say. It is very hard to see just form a pic where your colour cast is comming from.
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