The circumstances: I am editing RAW files shot with my Nikon D7100 in the Raw converter of Photoshop CC (newest version). And although I obviously dont print every picture i edit, arriving at printable quality is the goal.
My question concerns color, hue as well as saturation. Even more advanced photo labs for high quality prints only accept jpg files. The issue is the OBIVOUS difference I can make out with the naked eye when looking at an edited picture, opened in photoshop side by side with the saved jpg i want to upload to have it printed.
In photoshop the colors (especially red) look a tad brighter, more saturated and a bit warmer than in the saved jpg.
I admit I am not and expert on color settings, but I am working with rgb color settings throughout the process (shooting, editing, saving, printing).
The problem: how am I ever supposed to accurately edit a picture when the result I see in Photoshop vastly differs from the jpg I print? Will the result be closer to what I see in photoshop or what i see when looknig at the jpg in a windos photo viewer?
PS: My monitor is not the problem, its close to 100% color true, and besides, you would spot the difference on any monitor.
thanx in advance