- Same as on previous page, the first image on the left is a triangle with a regular gradation of each of the three primaries, tagged with the sRGB profile:
green goes from 255 at top vertex to 0 on bottom line and similarly for red and blue.
- The second image is a screen capture of the first image displayed in Preview on my MacBook.
The screen capture shows the effect of my display's
color profile. Here the image is still tagged.
- The third image is the same, tagging removed.
- The fourth image is a modified version of the third: for every pixel that has one or more of its RGB values at 255,
the pixel is set to black.
These black areas show where the display profile is clipping colors to 255. So for example, at the top
vertex, we see the area where the green channel clips to saturated.
- And the fifth image, showing where the profile clips colors to 0, is the same as on previous page, and is here for completeness.