Most DSLR cameras shoot in a very small color gamut called sRGB which is the “lowest common denominator” when it comes to viewing the images on a standard monitor or phone. When you know how to edit photos in Adobe Lightroom, it’s best to shoot in a larger Adobe 1998 color space and also in camera RAW format. This allows the most color information to be captured but it does take the know how in order to pull this information out of each photo.

sRGB Color SpaceRAW Format