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14 hours ago, thomaso said:

There is no "objective" colour.

I understand now why all of this has been hard for you to get your head around. The entire colour-management process is built upon the CIE "standard observer" as I mentioned before. You should read about it, I think you will find it quite an interesting topic. The short version is that it makes colour objective.

If you want to dive into the technical details (without buying a book on the topic), the following guide is very well put together:

https://ninedegreesbelow.com/photography/xyz-rgb.html

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