I have a Canon T3i and have been shooting in RAW. When I import my images into Photoshop I am noticing the colors and overall exposures are not looking the same as in my cameras screen. I adjust some basic controls and white balance settings in Photoshop's RAW editor, but its still not as good as whats in my cameras screen. I have Photoshop set to sRGB as colorspace and 16 bit. I do have an older PC and monitor so I'm wondering if a new separate graphics card in my PC (with more memory / separate GPU) and or new / better monitor would help with this? Do I need to get a calibration tool and just calibrate my monitor? Another thing I notice is that I can do all my edits in PS and get the photo looking the way I want it on my PC, but if I upload it to an online site like Flickr and view it on my smartphone that has a hi-res screen, the photo looks different then also. Basically I would like what I see in my cameras screen to be what I see on my PC's screen. Should I just go back to shooting JPG? Thanks guys.