Question about Olympus Camedia E-20N Digital Camera
Posted by Anonymous on
If you shoot on jpg, it's already sRGB. I don't know why you would choose to convert something to sRGB though unless you like sabotaging your images. Adobe 1998 has a wider color gamut.
Posted on Sep 13, 2005
ICC profiles are pretty big, so you wouldn't want to waste valuable space on a memory card by attaching them to each image. As far as I know, no digital camera does this. So it is a case of remembering what colour space you shot it as and then assigning the image that profile when opening in PS. So it is not a case of converting, just assigning. In PS's colour settings, make sure to check "ask when opening" for missing profiles.
Posted on Sep 13, 2005
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What is the best way to manage your color management and sharpening workflow if you send your images to an online photo lab for printing, such as Snapfish or Shutterfly, instead of printing your photos yourself? In other words, how do you calibrate your monitor to see what your prints will look like when you don't own or operate the printers that will be making the prints? Marc Konowitz from Staten Island, New York
Scott: As long as you are working in a color space that they approve and you are working with a color calibrated monitor, you will be surprised at the quality you will get from various print houses. Get a color calibration device such as a Color Munki or other device.
Joe: Most of these printers will use sRGB so as long as you're shooting into sRGB or converting to sRGB then you should be happy with the results. One thing you can do is to send in some B&W prints and if then you can tell if they are coming back with any kind of a color cast.
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