by Tom Lee Published 01/04/2014
The effect of conversion to a silver halide (Fuji Frontier) output has beenadded to the chart (pink squares). Note that they are moved more inboardthan by the use of an sRGB profile only especially in the oranges, reds andmagentas (the sRGB values are orange triangles). Combining sRGB and aFuji Frontier (crosses) produces the worst of all worlds in these data froman actual print (made at ASDA) - now the only colour to have survivedrelatively intact is the purple-blue (at the bottom left).
A silver halide gamut (solid tones) superimposed over an sRGB gamut(wireframe) shows just how much smaller the gamut is than even sRGB.
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