The images on this pages can be used to see the difference between images rendered in AdobeRGB and sRGB
colour spaces on a wide-gamut display. There are three images.
The first image was created in AdobeRGB space from a camera's RAW image file. The saturation and
brightness was then boosted to ensure the image includes more highly saturated colours that are outside
sRGB colour space.
The second image was created by correctly converting the first image into sRGB colour space using
relative colorimetric intent. Most of the image will appear unchanged, but the highly saturated colours that
were outside sRGB space will have been adjusted (shifted) so they lie within sRGB colour space.
The third image was created by assigning an sRGB colour profile to the AdobeRGB image data in the first image.
This image will be rendered differently. It will appear duller than the other two. Unfortunately images
created in this way are sometimes used to (incorrectly) illustrate how much more colourful the
same image is in AdobeRGB colour space compared to sRGB.