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Adobe 1998 vs. sRGB - When to use which format. The Information You Need.
Old 03-02-2004, 02:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Check out the article here by Will Crockett. You might want to poke around the rest of the site too, quite a handy place actually.

http://www.shootsmarter.com/infocenter/wc025.html
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Will Crocket is well known, not because of his knowledge, but because of the lack of it. His information is wrong at best. My suggestion is to stay away from this website and to remember his name.

If you want more information, read the discussions on Rob Galbraith’s website were his advice is discussed (read ‘burned down’) by real Color Management experts.
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hey dave,

thanks for that link dude -- after going through most of the posts around here regarding that issue, it seems as if for my work i should just stick to sRGB. i especially found that part about SHOOTING in sRGB and doing the colorspace conversion in PS being better than shooting in Adobe RGB quite interesting.



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Re: Adobe 1998 vs. sRGB - When to use which format. The Information You Need.
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Crockett simply tells you stuff that WORKS for him. It's not black magic and he will only endorse produces that he actually tested/uses. While he imay seem to be a bit of a salesman...the facts speak for themselves in regards to lighting, exposure, color management, film, etc. If you do the tests for yourself you'll get the same results as Crockett.
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Isn't that how most reviews go?

Anyway, it makes sense to me, so I'm going with it. If anyone has any information to the contrary then please present it. Don't simply come here and bash a guy without pointing out better information as well.

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Isn't that how most reviews go?

Anyway, it makes sense to me, so I'm going with it. If anyone has any information to the contrary then please present it. Don't simply come here and bash a guy without pointing out better information as well.

Ciao.

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I don't care what you believe, It's a simple warning and yes I did point you to better information. Do a search at these forums http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/index.asp
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