About wide vs. small gamuts, 8 vs. 16-bit &sRGB vs. Adobe'98

Started Apr 3, 2003 | Discussions thread
Steve Deutsch Contributing Member • Posts: 948
Very nice. But what does...

The last piece of the puzzle for me is this:

What does it mean to use Photoshop (example) in a given workspace?

Seems to me that math is math. 16 is better math than 8. Agreed.

Why should I care what colorspace I work in? Yes I want a good mapping from my 'internal numbers' when I generate the displayable output to an sRGB or other colorspace device...but I don't see how the colorspace of my output devices means anything to Photoshop until I generate displayable results.

What's up with this?

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