Adobe Color Space: Not Lovin' It... (Pics)

Started Jun 29, 2004 | Discussions thread
hya Junior Member • Posts: 33
Re: Adobe Color Space: Not Lovin' It... (Pics)

If you're shooting in Adobe Color space, but need to use your work on the web or other computer displays, you may want to make sure your picture is converted to sRGB before saving a copy to the web. To do that, set the default Photoshop color space to sRGB. When you open the file, it'll ask you what color space you want to work in - select "convert to current working space."

Some printers such as the HP 7960 allow you to print Adobe RGB files directly using the Adobe RGB color space ... check your printer's manual for such a feature.

-hya

ThomasBricker wrote:

Ok so I shot in Adobe color space.
Color looks pretty grim.
Is it just that it will only look good in Photoshop set to Adobe 1998?
I tried it and it looked a little better.
I personally think that ColorMatch RGB is the best RGB space of all
of them.
What do the rest of you think?

BTW, how do people "load" this "White Wedding Curve I keep hearing
about?
What is it exactly?

These are the Adobe RGB shots:

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