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D100's Choosing Color Modes Shooting People Inside

_Dan

Rochester, US
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_Dan Registered since 23rd Jan 2003
Thu 13-Feb-03 01:22 PM

Concerning the D100, I am interested in your opinions on color mode I (sRGB) and color mode II (RGB). I always use –contrast and mode II.

I always shoot in mode II and –contrast because skin tones look much better to me—more realistic, although, colors are not quite as saturated (shirts, etc.) using these settings but I would like them to be. sRGB is definitely more saturated, but I don't care for the skin tones as much.

Why do you select one over the other?

My system is calibrated straight through as RGB.

Thanks,
Dan

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