Today we have a colour management topic. The question is :
How do you match what you see on the screen with the print?
This is a very important topic. The first thing will be to make sure your camera Colour Settings are set properly so they match with Photoshop. If you shoot Jpeg or Tiff etc, set your camera Colour Settings to Adobe RGB (1998), which is the most popular colour space used by photographers. If you shoot Raw, you can skip this process, because you can assign a colour profile in Photoshop or Lightroom.
So to make it clear, the colour settings on your camera are only important if you shoot Jpegs, if you shoot Raw – don’t worry about them. When you shoot raw, the camera doesn’t manage the colours, you do it in the software – Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop or in Bridge.
As simple as that!
I hope you enjoyed that and have a great day! 🙂