A while ago, I stumbled upon these awesome high resolution renders posted by a person (Mojo) who used to draw and render the CGI models for Star Trek Voyager, and more recently Battlestar Galactica. They make great desktop backgrounds. Continue reading “High Res Star Trek Voyager Desktop Backgrounds”
I shoot photos on my Nikon D50 camera in the Adobe RGB colour space. This colour space has a wider gamut than sRGB, which is what all Digital cameras tend to default to these days. Using Adobe RGB allows my camera to record more colour than it ordinarily would if I were using sRGB.
The only annoying issue with using Adobe RGB, is that anyone looking at or using my photos in a non-colour space aware browser, program or printer will see a ‘pastey’, flat photo, because these ‘dumb’ programs simply assume that the image is sRGB. So whenever I upload photos to the web or send them off to other people, I need to convert them to sRGB. Continue reading “Converting Adobe RGB colour space to sRGB”