Why is working in a larger color space like AdobeRGB benificial? Looking at the profiles of some popular printers, it appears their color gamuts are much smaller then even sRGB. Am I missing something? I was looking at the 3D interactive models in the Dry Creek website. Are their any printer profiles which have a color gamut as large as Adobe RGB? It appears the choke point for color space is the printer. Is that right?
I think you need to read this article by Michael
, and perhaps search the forum for posts including the text "prophoto" for the extensive discussions we've already had on the subject.
But for now, I think Michael's article will suffice.