I think what i'm taking about is called color space, or something along those lines. Basically i want to be able to print out images, or have them printed and them looking more or less the same as they do on my moniter. To my knowledge that means setting the color mode on your camera to adobe rgb (which i have done) and doing the same on photoshop. I changed photoshops color space to AdobeRGB a while ago but the problem was that when i saved it and put the files on the internet, on a site like deviantart, the colors were different then what i had seen on photoshop. I then promptly changed them back to whatever they were on and havent worried about it until recently when i got some pictures printed. So basically how do i do this? If i want to print do i need to go back to the Raw files and edit the pictures again this time in the adobeRGB color space. I put my pictures on the web much more often then i print them, therefore i find it easier to keep photoshop in the color space it was on. How does everyone else do this? Oh and a quick side question, i just got a SB-600 for christmas. If i'm not mistaking to get soft light indoors you either bounce your flash off the ceiling or walls, this obviously doesnt work outdoors as there are usually no walls to bounce off of. The SB-600 was a little diffuser that you can flip on to your flash if i'm not mistaken the way the diffuser works is that it spreads the light around allowing that light to bounce off of everything and soften the light on your subject. Again does this requires walls of some sort and wouldnt the diffuser therefore simply waste some of your flashes power? So how would you diffuse your light outside?