Age old digital camera question: SRGB or Adobe RGB

Started Aug 11, 2014 | Discussions thread
DigitalPhilosopher Contributing Member • Posts: 999
Re: Age old digital camera question: SRGB or Adobe RGB

Simon Garrett wrote:

I would use soft proofing for that. Otherwise you won't see the exact colours of the target colour space unless your monitor exactly matches that colour space, which is unlikely.

Yes, but IMHO better to do the calculations in the wider colour space, to avoid unintentional clipping before the final conversion to the narrower colour space.

Same thing with image processing. You may want the end result accurate only to one part in 256 (8 bits) but you may not get even that accuracy unless you do intermediate calculations to a higher precision.

I'll have to check my methodologies again - at this point I'm not in a position to either agree or disagree. Thanks for taking the time to provide the info.

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