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Many images in Adobe RGB have little if any colors that exceed sRGB. There is a really simple way to check if these colors exist and where on the image they are located using Photoshop. Under Edit->Color Settings select the option to desaturate the monitor. Set the desaturation percentage to 20%. Then, with the Adobe RGB image displayed, select soft ...


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If you ask such question, I presume you know the basics of colour management. Your concern is well founded. But there is not much real danger for your type of work (retouching). Let's state the obvious first: the wider-gamut AdobeRGB monitor will benefit you only for wider-gamut images. (Assuming other things equal, particularly the overall monitor quality). ...


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Adobe RGB image in a monitor that only displays sRGB? I'm not sure if here lies a misconception. A monitor does not only displays sRGB or Adobe 1998, they display a percentage of them. If a monitor displays 100% sRGB color space it will display a percentage of the other (70%-80% ish. I'm not sure at the moment). I am sure you have seen the typical graph ...


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