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COLOR SPACE

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  • LUIS ROMERO

    THEN THE COLOR SPACE THAT CAPTURE ONE WORKS WITH IS "THE INTERNAL SPACE OF CAPTURE ONE"

    I WAS EXPECTING AN ANSWER SIMILAR TO THIS:https://helpx.adobe.com/mx/lightroom-classic/help/color-management.html

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  • Brian Jordan
    Moderator

    I answered your question by pointing you to the Capture One document. At the end of the day, you’ve got to decide which application gives the best results for a reasonable amount of work. Most of these colorspaces contain more colors than humans can discern and certainly more than most displays can display or any printer can print.

    Disclaimer: Community mod only. Not affiliated with Capture One.

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  • John Friend
    Top Commenter

    It turns out, the only thing that matters is that Capture One users an internal colorspace that has more color capability than any output colorspace you will actually use. 

    So, within Capture One, you can do soft proofing in the colorspace of your choice.  You can export in the color of your choice and the image in Capture One will be converted to that output colorspace. 

    Within Capture One, it uses a colorspace that contains more than any of those so that in all your manipulations within Capture One, you won't inadvertently clip colors that could actually be expressed in a real-world output colorspace.

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