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A color-space is a basically all possible colors within a certain bounded bounded volume. There are numerous color-spaces and they are usually defined by a set of variables. sRGB for example is all colors possible by linear combinations of its 3 color-primaries. A color-gamut normally refers to all possible color that a monitor can display. These are very ...


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Would it be correct in saying that I could have a color gamut and divide that color gamuts representational possibilities, in an arbitrary display, according to bit depth? Yes a person could do that. It is probably not worth doing from a photographic point of view because human perception is not linear from a mathematical point of view. Human perception is ...


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