See For Yourself The Effects of Misinterpreted Color Data
In the introduction, we saw an exaggerated (but real) example of how colors turn out wrong when the color space is misinterpreted. Luckily, common digital-image color spaces are all close enough so that even when misinterpreted, they’re generally in the right ballpark. More or less. Sort of. Maybe.
In the box below, mouseover the buttons under the large image to see what that image looks like when its color data has been encoded in the named color space: the orange buttons on the first row bring up images without … Continue reading Digital-Image Color Spaces, Page 2: Test Images
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