My current workflow as regards color spaces is this:
- Shoot in Adobe98 colorspace in RAW.
- Process on a calibrated Mac monitor (I believe that the gamma is 2.2) using Lightroom
- Produce jpgs in sRGB for web deployment.
- Upload said images to a website where people can buy them.
My problem is this: the colors in lightroom don't match the colors of the images on the website, even when viewed on the same monitor. I assume that that's because of the change in color spaces. Should I maintain an adobe colorspace all the way, then? Is it safe to assume that browsers will be able to read and interpret color spaces other than sRGB? And how to deal with a potential customer who doesn't have a calibrated monitor, and therefore sees a different version of the image than the one I've made? That last can lead to them either not buying the image because they don't like the color, or them buying the image and getting frustrated that the colors don't match (aren't as vibrant, etc) as what they're expecting.