[Openicc] new: Proof colour space
graeme at argyllcms.com
Tue May 2 16:34:13 PDT 2006
Jan-Peter Homann wrote:
> As I understand your concept of an "proofing colorspace" as an
> intermediate colorspace between widegamut colorspaces like
> camera-profiles on RAW data or AdobeRGB and printoutput.
> Finetuning of colors and saturation is done in the "proofing
> colorspace", if the work is done, gamutmapping from "proofing
> colorspace" to print output colorspace needs and can be done either with
> relatice colorinteric and blackpoint-comepnesation or with ICCv4
> perceptual gamutmapping, if the gamut of the "proofing colorspace" is
> similar of a better "reference medium gamut" for ICCv4 profiles.
So your really talking about a "working space" then ?
I don't see any connection to proofing. Normally the
target output device (or an emulation of it) is the "proof",
hence it's colorspace is the "proofing space"
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