My display is a sRGB display, when I set the "color setting" in Photoshop into "Adobe RGB", I saw visible color changes. My question is: Does AdobeRGB in Photoshop in a sRGB display really show how a color looks like on a physical AdobeRGB display?
Thank you very much for your kind reply. I probably didn't describe clearly because I did see some difference when switching between AdobeRGB and sRGB. I opened a bmp image which has several color blocks whose rgb ranging from (1 1 0) to (0 1 0), that is from yellow to green along the chromaticity triangle. AdobeRGB and sRGB have different green primary, so these color blocks should look differently on sRGB display and AdobeRGB display. But because right now I don't have a physical AdobeRGB display, I am using Photoshop's AdobeRGB color setting to observe the difference on my sRGB display. I did observe some difference: when I switch to AdobeRGB in Photoshop on my sRGB display, the green blocks look more saturated but almost couldn't observe differences between neighboring blocks, while in sRGB mode in Photoshop on sRGB display, green blocks look less saturate but with visible color difference between neighboring blocks. Now I am worrying the color blocks displayed on my sRGB display in Photoshop's AdobeRGB setting will not be the same with those displayed on a physical AdobeRGB display. Can I use it in this way?