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Adobe RGB Versus sRGB Color Space – Which Should You Choose?

When you set up your camera, at some point you will have to reach a decision on which color space to use. Take a look at your camera’s menu and you will see an item labeled Color Space. The two options will be sRGB and Adobe RGB. Like a lot of people, I started out […] The post Adobe RGB Versus sRGB Color Space – Which Should You Choose? by Jim Hamel appeared first on Digital Photography School.
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