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The thing is… you don't really calibrate to something specific, unless that's your only ever input and output type. Calibrating to sRGB would mean you could never see outside that gamut - a bit of a waste with a screen that can almost achieve P3. Let's assume you never (or rarely) need to calibrate for commercial print, which is a whole different ball-game (...


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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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