Yes, if you have ever taken a picture you have probably noticed that red does not play well with others. It flattens perspective, outshines other colors, and generally behaves like the worst sort of diva. Here's what this looked like out of the camera:
You can see how the two red plastic people just glow. They are made of a particularly fluorescent red plastic, which is not just brightly colored, it's reflective and I just couldn't get it right. The first thing I tried was adjusting the saturation:
I don't have Lightroom. Photoshop is enough of a challenge for now. So I thought about it for a while. If it has to be done before you import it, maybe it's something you could do to the RAW file? So I explored the RAW window and found a Luminance slider under Noise Control. Well, what the heck. I slid it. Adjusted the exposure, too, while I was there. OK, now let's open that puppy.