Do you know and understand the different options of color spaces you can use for photography? Did you know you could set up to the camera to shoot in one mode versus the other? Why does this matter to you as a photographer? Well, if you are not familiar with color space and how it pertains to you, you should watch this video.
Peter McKinnon's latest two-minute Tuesday video is a quick dive into color space, which one you should use, and how to set up your camera and files to the correct one. He does go over the two-minute mark, but the information is very useful and you can spare four minutes to understand the difference between the color spaces and which one you should be using.
If you are shooting in JPG, you should change your camera settings to make sure you are shooting in the correct color space you want, but if you are shooting in raw, McKinnon shows you change your color space using Lightroom and Photoshop. If you use both, you might want to check to make sure they are both set up to the same color space and they are not having to convert between each program. If you are using Capture One for your image processing, you can change your color space under the Recipe section under ICC Profile while exporting. You can jump over to Capture One's website and scroll down to the "specifying color space" section to review the steps.
For those of you who didn't know about color space before, were you using the wrong one before this?