How to Convert Photos From RGB to SRGB

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Images are generally assigned a color space of either RGB or sRGB. Color space is a packet of information that an image conveys to output devices about how to properly display it. SRGB uses less colors than RGB and has become the standard format for images uploaded to the Internet. Converting images to sRGB is a good idea if the image is intended for the Web and likely to be printed on typical home printers.

  • Click on "File." Select "Scripts" and click on "Image Processor" in Adobe Photoshop CS3.

  • Choose the image(s) you'd like to process by either clicking on "Use Open Images" or "Select Folder." If the latter, pick the folder where your files live and click "Choose."

  • Choose where you'd like to save your processed files by clicking on "Save in Same Location" or "Select Folder." If the latter, pick the folder that you'd like to save your files and click "Choose."

  • Check the "Save as JPEG" and "Convert Profile to sRGB" boxes.

  • Click "Run."

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