I'm quite confused by the different jargons but it seem to that that at various stages, there are many options....
1. in camera, you can choose color mode
e.g. in my nikon D50, IIIa sRGB, Ia sRGB, II adobe RGB
2. when you load a pic into a software for editing
they may ask me to assign a workspace
3. when i save my pic and convert to jpeg, i'm asked again with or without ICC profile.
4. i read somewhere that for optimal printing, i have to either change it into cmyk (or cymk?) instead of RGB, or to load dunno what printer profiling from the shop. i've no idea of how to do that, but it seem again another step of color profile selection....
so what is the diff between color mode v.s. workspace v.s. ICC profile?
i'm already using color pantone colorplus to calibrate my screen. so in order to choose an optimum printing in the end that is consistent with what i view on screen, what settings should i use?
nikon camera body color mode: II adobe RGB?
workspace: remained using adobe RGB? no change?
doing in software: save into CMYK - how to do that?
when saving as jpeg: uncheck ICC profile?
is that the app way to do it?