Role of sensor in color rendering?

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57even Forum Pro • Posts: 14,505
Re: Role of sensor in color rendering?

JimKasson wrote:

57even wrote:

Tri-stimulus colour spaces don't replicate human vision either

Please explain.

Are you talking about:

  • Departures from color-normalcy?
  • Variations in color responses within the color-normal range?
  • Spatial effects?
  • Adaptation?
  • Non-physical primaries?

Or something else?

I am talking about the fact that a large range of colours we can see is not reproducable on any RGB or CMY based colour device, and on sRGB, about 64% of them.

Good sensor colour science (closer to LI) is less import with smaller gamuts, but becomes more problematic with large ones, like the future Rec.2020 standard.

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