Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Xtreme Racer, Feb 3, 2006.
RGB or Adobe? Which is better? Why?
I shoot in film mode
D: i can't find that setting on my camera
It's only on those old crappy out of date camera's where your memory card is in canister....
never heard of it D:
So....which is it?
i shoot in SVGA
they make color cameras!!
if you own a DSLR, or any Digi cam that supports it, you should be shooting in RAW...
i shoot in THX certified color
color mode != file format
depends....i use sRGB III for landscapes because of the greens and use Adobe 98 for everything else pretty much
I shoot film.. I know nothing about that shit.
atleast you know the java symbol for 'does not equal'
goodness answer the mans questions. i shoot in RGB because i don't know what adobe would do.
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Then you have a dropdown and can choose the color format after. Shooting JPEG and fiddling with it while you are shooting FTL.
no, that would be an equal symbol with a slash through the middle
I shoot sRGB when I'm shooting for web, AdobeRGB when I'm shooting things for print (magazines).
That's just programming in general, not just Java.
I shoot AdobeRGB btw.