We are looking for someone to find images matching the following list. We are happy for you to use creative commons images (if you include appropriate source for us - or you could create your own i.e. for images showing shadow detail vs black crush.
A - One such instrument (colour calibration)
B - Snapshot of colour palette showing the colour and RGB numeric id with a line like
“This is (220, 120, 20) but it may well look different on your display than it does on ours.”
C - Either an LRC or the GUI for adjusting the LRC
D - Two images of the same photo. One with a hard black and shadow detail; the
second with ‘black crush’.
E - Two images of the same photo. One with a pure white and highlight detail; the
second with washed-out highlights.
F - Gamma curves of 1.8 and 2.2 in different colours on the same grid
G - Greyscale gradient that is totally smoothly gradated and another that is banded.
H - Colour Space horseshoe with Adobe RGB and sRGB bounded in different colours.
I - A / any LUT (Look up table used in colour calibration)
J - A / any Colour Space profile in the form of a grid
K - Gamut mapping example illustration
L - A hard and a soft gamut mapping sigmoid curve
M - A photo with hues that are at the edges of display gamut and out of gamut of most
printers; same photo with gamut compression for a mid-line home printer.
N - Illustration of image-processing / colour workflow (generic flow chart or explanatory image)
One image needed for each one (happy to explain any concepts that may be unfamiliar)