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Converting from Adobe RGB to sRGB color correction

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Hi,

I work as a retoucher and a huge problem I have is when I work for a client who both wants to print and put their ads on the web.

Im always working in Adobe RGB unless Im doing a job for web only.

My problem is that when I convert my images from Adobe RGB to sRGB it narrows down the colors. I wonder if anyone out there has any solution to how to compensate for the loss of colors? Im not sure it's possible to just do a curve that compensates for the colors I loose?

Would very much appreciate an discussion around this subject, and if anyone has a good solution I would be more than happy if you could share your technique with me.

Very Best,

//P


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