I use Windows 7. I calibrated my monitor with ColorMunki and use this profile as my default monitor profile. It looks great as I see the difference between non-calibrated and calibrated. Colors and contrast are awesome now.
I use Photoshop to design prints on T-shirts. I work in the RGB Color Mode in 8 bit and soft proof in CMYK to avoid working in CMYK and converting back to RGB.
My question is about choosing the right "working space" in "Color Settings". My understanding is that the preset "North american Prepress 2" would be the way to go. I think it's the best option for screen and print material as the workspace is "Adobe RGB 1998" and the CMYK as "U.S. Web coated".
My question is the following though:
In "color Settings", "Working Space" I can see my monitor calibrated profile called "AUO_.....". I assume this would be a big mistake to choose "Monitor RGB" with my calibrated color profile since my working space has to do with my perception of color on the monitor and not the monitor itself.
Am I correct?
I understand that the "working space" is a subjective color environment created by Adobe to adjust colors for every screen monitor.
I appreciate any input on this.