When it comes to selling wildlife photography, understanding color space might not seem all that important. However, nothing could be further from the truth.
Color space is critically important when it comes to the end use of your photograph.
We edit in one color space. We display images online in another. And when we make submissions and sales to art buyers, we use a completely different color space to do so.
Get this part right, and your photographs will be of the highest quality and exactly what art buyers are looking for. Get this wrong, and you announce to the world that you are an amateur, with little to no experience selling your photos, and you will likely lose the sale as the art buyer moves on to other photographers they can trust to deliver as needed.
Yeah, it’s that important.