If people want to behave like trolls adding to info provided would be far more productive rather than being critical.
Mentioning prophoto in detailed manner wouldn’t help Providing a link such as this one isn’t much help either as some might miss the fact that no monitor intended for human eyes can display it’s gamut.
It’s purpose in life is the ability to hold other gamuts with adequate colour/saturation resolution. It’s an artificial artefact is another way of putting it which is ok for 3 colour mixing.
People tend to associate bit depth with gamut size but disregard the colour resolution in that gamut so used the term bit depth.
My photo’s above have a marginal blue tint which could be fixed pretty easily. That’s in respect to whites and making some assumptions about clothing materials. Given mixed lighting all I wanted to do was show one method of correcting for it globally rather than locally on a photo. That must involve some colour shift. Green though ??. Really. Then decide which parts of an image needs more precise colouring. If I commented on it I would also add that more hair detail could and should have been bought out. If some one wants to disregard the method used fine by me but when some one else pointed it out to me I didn’t.
One difference between perceptual and absolute is that it will clip out of gamut colours. Perceptual wont. I don’t post out of gamut colours and only work in sRGB,
aRGB - can’t be bothered to type adobe every time or the gamuts more official name. Usually people realise what the ‘a’ means.
I fail to understand comments about the problems I mentioned with 8bit. They miss an important point. I often process jpg’s via 32 bit floating point. In that case changes can always be reversed. It’s a limitation of the engine that is doing the process not the format of the image.
Anyway lets see some other example of processing the image - all of it.
Saving with different rendering intents may or may not make a difference that is easily visible. Best go read how colour management works. Try to find one that doesn’t contain maths just work flows and what happens at each stage.