Perhaps the most basic form of colour space, sRGB does a great job at meeting the needs of most casual photographers. All computer systems and monitors are built around this colour space, meaning you won’t have to worry about compatibility. For this reason, sRGB is particularly ideal if your work is only going to be viewed digitally or uploaded and shared online, rather than printed or enlarged.
As a bonus, most digital cameras come with this colour space set as the default, so you won’t have to alter your photo editing workflow at all.
In addition to sRGB, most digital cameras come with this colour space pre-programmed. Developed by the leaders of digital photography editing software, Adobe, this space has a much wider spectrum than sRGB, making it a great option for photographers who want to produce detailed, accurate colour prints.