Richard Tadman Posted July 5, 2019 Share Posted July 5, 2019 I have always shot using Adobe 1998 colour space, having been told some years ago by two (still) well renowned and much published photographers that Adobe was preferable, having a larger colour palette than sRGB. I've never had a problem with Alamy QC on this issue or getting a faithful rendition of colours when comparing my (calibrated) monitor images to reproductions. That said I rarely print out images for my own use. This morning I submitted an image to a large and reputable lab' who advised me that they have converted my colour profile to sRGB to avoid producing "undesirable results"? In fairness they may have converted previous images I have sent to them without my knowledge. This caused me to try and research the difference and possible detriment they referred to. What do other contributors do? and does anyone have a definitive view on the relative merits. Thanks Richard Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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