Glad you got it figured out.
Really the only time that Adobe RG 1998 would provide any benefit would be for making metallic prints of images that high highly saturated greens. The extra gamut for Adobe RGB vs. sRGB is in the highly saturated greens and to a lesser extend the cyans. So only situations where the images have that color spectrum and where the prints can print those colors would it help. So maybe a landscape image with brightly glowing sunlight coming through green leaves for a metal print would show more color pop than sRGB.
For any other situation, using Adobe RGB isn’t beneficial and causes more issues than it is worth unless you really understand what you are doing with the color profiles.
- This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Damon Bell.