In this video, Lili Amanda explains the difference between Adobe RGB and sRGB color spaces in Photoshop editing. Adobe RGB has a larger range of colors than sRGB, but sRGB is a universal color space used on websites and electronic devices. When editing photos, it’s best to use Adobe RGB for its larger range of colors, but when uploading to social media or a website, it’s best to convert to sRGB. Lili Amanda uses the analogy of using a full toolbox or set of makeup brushes to explain the benefits of having more color options.
This video provides a helpful explanation for anyone looking to understand the differences between Adobe RGB and sRGB and when to use each color space. Lili Amanda’s analogy of a toolbox or set of makeup brushes is particularly effective in illustrating the benefits of having more options when it comes to color. This video is a must-watch for anyone looking to improve their Photoshop editing skills and create more vibrant and dynamic photos.