(User’s Manual: D300S page 166; D300 page 169)
Color spaces are an interesting and important part of digital photography. They help your images fit into a much broader range of imaging devices. Software, printers, monitors, and other devices recognize which Color space is attached to your image and use it, along with other color profiles, to help balance the image to the correct output colors for the device in use. The two color spaces available on the Nikon D300(S) have different gamuts, or ranges of color.
Figure 3-37. Choosing a Color space
The Nikon D300(S) offers these two color spaces: sRGB and Adobe RGB. Here’s how to select your ...