Hi Guys! Need some help. I'am a bit confused, i try to explain why: I get my images printed on a FUJI 340, wich "sees" sRGB colorspace, so I send everything in sRGB to the lab. No problem I understand that. But! In a Nikon DSLR, you can choose: sRGB mode I sRGB mode III Adobe mode I Adobe mode II Adobe mode III I shoot RAW. So: I set my body to do me Adobe mode II RAWs, I know RAW does not have a colorspace anyway, but these are my settings. When I open a RAW in Capture NX (which produces best colors from RAWs i think), I can select some new for my output: sRGB colorspace, mode II color setting. What am I doing thisway? hm. strange isn't it? I mostly like neutral colors, so I prefer mode II. Mode I is a bit magenta for me (nevertheless good for skin tones), Mode III is toosaturated in my opinon, and most of the time gives funny(ugly?) green tones+WAYtoosaturated reds. (if someone like the mode III, better shooting with -0,3EV imho(to protect the red channel!)) Which method would be better: Select NikonWIDEAdobe colorspace for my output TIF files in capture NX, and later in CS2, after all my PP, change it to srgb? Do I lose something thisway? OR Select sRGB + mode II fo my TIF output in NX? I don't know how this will workout, I haven't sent anything for labwork lately, so wanted to know your opinion before. Many thanks for your posts in advance!