I'm totally confused about color spaces. At first I never worried about color space, then I'd upload pics to the web and they'd look like crap. So I read the web is srgb so I converted everything to srgb. Which is fine as long as I'm sending things to the web. Now I needed to start printing things. It seems commercial printers use srgb while inkjets use cmyk. So what the heck should my color space be? I just read an article in pop photo and they use adobe rgb I didn't hear them mention cmyk at all. If I put everything to adobe rgb, when do I convert it to srgb before I send it to web? Will I see the colors change is PS when I convert to srgb from adobe rgb? Will I need to make color adjustments when sending things to the web? Like I said I'm totally confused. Could someone please shed some light on this subject for me.