OK, so now i have a problem: i thought, after having showed my pics for years "as is", eg. saved in Adobe RGB (same as my screen profile), i tried, following "expert's" advice, to convert them in sRGB (for Web use), as it seems that most of sites ar buid with sRGB settings... I found that, effectively, the colors apears more contrasted and brighter in this mode, but the following pic, that i post-processed as usual, and saved once in "normal" RGB and a copy in sRGB, looks far too "colored" on my screen ! So now i'm puzzled... What is the best way ? If i want to print a pic, the best -from what i heard- is in RGB, so it will look the same as what i see on my screen... but if i upload it in sRGB, then i should set my screen for sRGB too ? So what is the solution, if there is one ? Pic #1, shot RAW, then saved in "normal" RGB: Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) and #2, converted in sRGB: Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Your opinion, please ?