Hi guys, I am interested in your opinions. I've fairly recently discovered the ETTR approach to digital photography. Indirectly I may have accidentally been doing this by setting my exposure value based on the reflected light from the palm of my hand and putting my hand at 1 above medium grey (caucasian skin). However I was recently reading Pekka Potka's blog here : http://www.pekkapotka.com/journal/2012/6/14/olympus-e-m5-exposing-to-the-right-and-lightroom-41.html In it he recommended setting the colour space to Adobe RGB and the highlight warning set to 245 which equates to approx 96% of pure white value. However I'm also aware that the Adobe RGB colour space is a lot wider and that working within this color space when you don't have an adequate / supporting monitor and printer will cause inconsistent results in your prints to what you see on screen. Is there an added advantage to enabling the Adobe RGB colour space when shooting with ETTR technique? Thanks, Tom.