sRGB vs Adobe RGB and getting 16.7 Million colors (or more)

Started Feb 18, 2013 | Discussions thread
Robert J. Gonzalez Senior Member • Posts: 1,173
Re: sRGB vs Adobe RGB and getting 16.7 Million colors (or more)

The realistic matter is that it DOES matter.  You want the extra color for editing.

You want to shoot in Adobe RGB and edit in adobe RGB (or prophoto RGB) and output in srgb.

If you use Lightroom, you're already using Prophoto RGB.

PenguinPhotoCo wrote:

the practical answer is it doesn't matter.

sure, you may get all that great color on your monitor, but no customer will have such gear, it can't be printed either - so yoiu're working hard/spending money to get a color range that nobody can see or appreciate - a waste of time and money.

Dynamic range is almost the same but at least I see some beneftis to being able to capture more of it.

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