Questions tagged [color-spaces]

A colour space is a specific organization of colours. In combination with physical device profiling, it allows for reproducible representations of colour, in both analogue and digital representations. The colour spaces most commonly encountered in photography are Adobe RGB and sRGB.

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Analogue pixels instead of rgb pixels

My understanding of digital displays is that they create colored images through pixels which can display red, green, or blue at each site, and use additive color theory to combine those colors to ...
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Would spectral responses of camera pixels be more "raw", more compact and superior to ICC/DCP camera color profiles? If not, why not?

Background: I'm trying to understand the function of camera color profiles (for raw output) in terms of the hardware. I have found lots of web sites that explain the function of camera profiles from a ...
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