Hi folks, I'm sorry for this somewhat stupid question, but I'm so perplexed. I've been reading up on colorspace now that I just setup a smugmug account. I've run into a few problems. When I uploaded my photos, they were in Adobe RGB (because that's the default I guess?), and when I looked at the thumbnails, some were very washed out. The original looked fine, though. I learned this was because I am using Safari, which is the only browser (I think) that doesn't strip color space info. I've come to the conlcusion that I need to get everything to sRGB for the web, as well as for printing, and so I researched that a bit. Basically, I've come to the conclusion that Adobe RGB is a great color space, but HP and Microsoft (I think) needed to make a dumbed down color space for monitors that couldn't handle it. This is where sRGB comes into play. My question is, since sRGB is the averaged, dumb downed version, do I adjust my photos in that or in Adobe? Basically should my workflow have me converting to sRGB before or after I adjust levels, etc? And shoot I now be shooting in sRGB? I apologize for all the questions. I am so immensely confused, and now I finally understand why there are so many huge books out there on colorspace. Thanks everyone in advance, I really appreciate it.