« on: November 25, 2014, 04:48:04 PM »
If you photograph in RAW and obviously post-process, then the colour space setting in the camera is irrelevant.
1. the histogram is based on this setting, with adobe rgb you get a better representation
2. in every cr2 there's a full jpeg thumbnail with the color space selected.
very interesting, thank for info
When an sRGB device encounters another colour space, it will usually convert said other colour space to sRGB. Conversion is never 100% successful.
Ugh? How so?
he probably didn't mean conversion, but displaying Adobe RGB image in sRGB color space, to which some web pages are prone and then colors are shifted