Colour management.. are you bewildered? When am I meant to be using sRGB/Adobe RGB? What's the difference? How/when do I switch? What about when I print my images? How do I save them to look best on the internet? It's confusing we know, which is why we asked Tigz Rice the Adobe expert and our resident geek girl to talk us through what we need to know. [private]

We all shoot raw files so don't worry about your camera colour settings, they only affect JPGs. You are actually shooting Pro Photo RGB and pulling those into Adobe's image management systems Lightroom or Photoshop or both. So your workflow involves some kind of colour management as those raw files are processed and exported. This is a huge topic to understand and there are a ton of articles that you can read online about the difference but in short, Adobe RGB is a larger colour space and allows you to include a bigger range and sRGB is smaller and a lot more manageable which is why most screens and devices are set for sRGB. I'll hand you over to Tigz to help enlighten you ...

By the way to find the ColourSync Utility on a Mac go to Applications>Utilities.[/private]