A colour space is a specific organization of colours. In combination with physical device profiling, it allows for reproducible representations of colour, in both analogue and digital representations. The colour spaces most commonly encountered in photography are Adobe RGB and sRGB.
I checked the HSB values (using Photoshop Elements) of the same pixel before and after a saturation adjustment in Lightroom - here is the information: Before Saturation: RGB: 159, 189, 233, Gray: ...
I am looking for a new display. Photography is not my professional occupation but a hobby, but I still want to have a good enough results. After some investigation I came to following two displays ...
Right now I am using the Itoya Art Profolio Expo 8.5X11 ("XP-12-8") and have my prints (Kodak Endura Lustre) and tear sheets sitting loose inside. The good thing is that the tear sheets are safe (I ...
I couldn't find any satisfying answer to this question. I plan to build a postprocessing PC which has a Quadro K4000 and a GTX680 graphic card installed. I plan to buy two monitors which are: NEC ...
I've always read that normal users should stick with AdobeRGB and not use ProPhoto for the working color space. But why? Does it affect the ability to edit and make sense of color changes? I ask ...
Sorry for such a long title, but I have not been able to shrink it more than that :-). In windows XP there was a nice utility named WindowsColorSetup made by Microsoft. That was allowing to load and ...