|THIS PAGE AdobeRGB PROFILE - Untagged JPEGS
This page has an embedded ICC PROFILE: Adobe RGB
This page's JPEGs are all untagged, as noted.
The theory is color-managed web browsers, like *Safari, will Honor the embedded Page ICC Profile display the untagged AdobeRGB correctly.
The untagged AppleRGB and sRGB should look whacked because (a color-managed) web browser is Assigning/Assuming AdobeRGB to them through the embedded Page profile.
I GAVE UP ON THIS SERIES BECAUSE it got hard to explain and profiles embedded in html Web pages didn't work.
|Untagged sRGB should only look good on calibrated 2.2 gamma monitors that do not support color management. Because of the page-embedded AdobeRGB profile, page-embedded supported browsers will whack this untagged sRGB out.
|Untagged AppleRGB should only look good on calibrated 1.8 gamma monitors that do not support color management. Because of the page-embedded AdobeRGB profile, page-embedded supported browsers will whack this untagged AppleRGB out.
|Untagged AdobeRGB should look good on all color-managed browsers that support page-embedded profiles. It will look desaturated on browsers that do not support page-embedded profiles.
*Safari 1.25, 10.3x does NOT support page-embedded profiles.
For information on these Photodisc/Getty files and basic Assign-Convert-Assume color-management theory, please see Photoshop tutorial