What is the color gamut of the monitor? How to choose a monitor with the right color gamut
SRGB is one of the earliest color gamut standards and still has a very important influence today. It was originally designed as a general color space for generating images browsed on the Internet and the World Wide Web. However, due to the early customization of the SRGB standard and the immaturity of many technologies and concepts, SRGB has very little coverage for the green part of the color gamut. This leads to a very serious problem, that is, the lack of color expression for scenes such as flowers and forests, but due to its wide range of sound and degree, so SRGB is also a common color standard for Windows systems and most browsers.
Adobe RGB color gamut can be said to be an upgraded version of SRGB color gamut, because it mainly solves the problem of different colors displayed on printing and computer monitors, and improves the display on the cyan color series, and restores natural scenery more realistically (such as bees, grass, etc.). Adobe RGB contains the CMYK color space not covered by SRGB. Make Adobe RGB color space can be used in printing and other fields.
DCI-P3 is a wide color gamut standard in the American film industry and one of the current color standards for digital movie playback devices. DCI-P3 is a color gamut that focuses more on visual impact rather than color comprehensiveness, and It has a wider red/green color range than other color standards.
Color gamut is not better than others. Each color gamut has its own specific purpose. For photographers or professional designers, Adobe RGB color gamut display is necessary. If it is only used for network communication, no printing is required. , then the SRGB color gamut is enough; for video editing and film and television post-related industries, it is more recommended to choose the DCI-P3 color gamut, which should be selected according to personal needs.