I’ve read that Adobe RGB is the most appropriate colorspace for digital imaging for its wide gamut. However, when I pulled-up my printer profile in ColorThink and compared it to the monitor profile and the various color spaces, the best “white” match seems to line up with ColorMatch–not Adobe RGB. The white in Adobe RGB seems to be offset along with the one whole side of the gamut (wish I could attach an image!).
I’m wondering whether or not this mismatch is worth being concerned about if I want to use AdobeRGB as my standard working space (since it does not clip as many colors as ColorMatch).
Details: Profiling a Noritsu dDP 421 printer, an RGB device (the printer is a joint effort between Noritsu and Epson). Printer profile generated in ProfileMaker 4.1.5 with an eye one. Using an Apple Cinema Display profiled using Eye-One Match.
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