sRGB or Adobe RGB

2 years 4 weeks ago #682712 by Tanner Bello
Morning guys, just exploring things, when you are setting up things in camera are you using sRGB or Adobe RGB?


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2 years 4 weeks ago #682722 by Nikon Shooter
The question is irrelevant if you shoot RAW — this
format has no colour space. Shooting jpg for web
or print, the 1998 colour space is appropriate.

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2 years 4 weeks ago - 2 years 4 weeks ago #682723 by G Vernon
I start off with Adobe RGB set in the camera.
When posting online to social sites i convert to Srgb while in Photoshop cc.
If printing i stay in Adobe RGB to take advantage of the larger / stretched colour spectrum.


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2 years 4 weeks ago #682726 by garyrhook
Use the widest color gamut possible, in all settings, until you export images for display. It just makes things easier.

That said, for RAW, the only effect the setting has is on the embedded JPG preview.

If you're shooting JPG, then sRGB.


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2 years 3 weeks ago #682930 by Nikon Shooter

G Vernon wrote: I start off with Adobe RGB set in the camera.


Only valid if not shooting RAW. The default colour space will
be applied — or options suggested — when opening in editor.

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2 years 3 weeks ago #682961 by G Vernon
Some people still shoot .jpg :-)


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