edmund ronald wrote:
While Klaus's idea (union of gamuts) is a definite improvement for groups of images, this still does not solve the problem of adapting the gamut for individual fine art images, since in fine art one will frequently decide to "burn out" (saturate) some colors which are not deemed significant in order to gain nuances for the other significant colors. This is done at soft-proof time, and is similar to deciding which parts of an image will be dropped into black or burnt to white. Someone interested in a research topic might find it profitable to look at manipulations of the saturation component.
I'd tend to look towards a way of interactively adjusting a gamut mapping/rendering for a particular image to device mapping. Graeme Gill.