Adobe RGB ... Again!

Started Nov 13, 2006 | Discussions thread
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richfavinger Contributing Member • Posts: 970
Adobe RGB ... Again!

Do to may friends shooting or telling me "Shoot Adobe RGB, it's better..." Well, I did, and yes I agree it seems the images are warmer, and seem to be nicer skin tone. How ever my pro lab requests sRGB for there printing, do you find this odd? They are a pro lab...

Any way when I use Adobe RGB, and then drop my images, they more or less go flat on me, and then I need to mess with color adjustments to warm them back up, I never did this before when shooting just sRGB. My monitor is calibrated, so yes I can see the difference.

Looks like I'll be switching back to sRGB for shooting... As a side note I never did really "get" the major differences with shooting modes I, II, and III? I have used I for portraits, and tried III for landscapes, didn't see much of a change.
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