Tuesday, November 9th, 2004
One of our readers asks:
My imaging software has several different types of imaging “color modes.” It’s currently RGB, but I also see Grayscale, indexed, CMYK, and a couple others. Should I change from RGB to something else?
Probably not. RGB (Red Green Blue) is the normal color mode for digital photos. However, if you want the whole scoop, here are a few of the more common image… Continue reading