Originally Posted by Liz
I'm about to splurge out on a new system, desktop, monitor......but one question bugs me. If all printers print in sRGB why bother with a monitor that does RGB? Why bother with the extra gamut? Labs print in sRGB, most desktop printers do that too. Why pay the extra $, nearly double, for a viewing spectacular, that doesn't print it.
sRGB is only one type (or flavor) of RGB. The list of different kinds of RGB is massive. Top four listed in Photoshop are Adobe RGB, Apple RGB, ColorMatch RGB, and ProPhotoRGB.
Follow the Video Link posted by Andrew. I also recommend the book, "Real World Color Management," by Bruce Fraser, Chris Murphy, and Fred Bunting. http://www.amazon.com/Real-World-Col...lor+management