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B. Denton, Traveler, journalism, Greater Manchester
Answered Jul 16, 2020
RGB stands for red, green, and blue. It is the color space that incorporates SRGB stands for standard RGB, and Adobe RGB was created. The major difference between the two is the colors they cover. SRGB only covered a portion of the whole RGB range.
Adobe RGB has given a more impressive color spectrum. However, since there can only be a specific sum of colors, some of the colors are traded in for other colors. If color had a particular number of shades in SRGB, it would contain fewer shades in Adobe RGB. It is because SRGB was created first, the majority of the computer monitors, and printers only acknowledge SRGB and treat the file as such.