1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 30, 2007 11:17 AM by Ramón G Castañeda

    sRGB or RGB for web?

      I know when i convert my images to be uploaded for my clients for their online gallery- they should be converted to sRGB. I just noticed at the bottom of my camera RAW 4.1 there is an option to switch it right there where it gives the information -( with the bit and ppi number)

      -should i swith it to sRGB here before editing in CS3?
      -should i switch my images to 300 ppi and 16 bit as well?

      thanks in advance...
        • 1. Re: sRGB or RGB for web?
          Ramón G Castañeda Level 4
          >-should i swith it to sRGB here before editing in CS3?

          Sure. If you don't need a different version of your image, this will save you the conversion step. (I'm assuming your working space is also sRGB?). However, if you print your images yourself or use a pro lab that handles other profiles, you may want to rethink that.

          >-should i switch my images to 300 ppi and 16 bit as well?

          It all depends on the final intended use of your images. If you normally work with 16 bits images and need 300 dpi for printing, by all means do the conversion right there in ACR.