The LAB (or CIELab) color model, developed in 1976 by the Commission Internationale d'Eclairage (CIE), maintains excellent image quality and true colors because it contains all the colors perceived by the human eye. LAB is the color model of choice at Hemera.
in film and video terminology, the place where film is processed, color timed, prints are struck, or prepped for transfer to a videotape master.
COLOR MODEL developed as a way to describe mathematically every color that can be perceived by the human eye. Formally known as CIE L*a*b, the Lab color model describes color in terms of its luminosity, or brightness (L), and two axes describing color on an axis from green to magenta (a) and from blue to yellow (b). Since Lab can contain every color in the RGB GAMUT, as well as every color in the CMYK gamut, it is a good intermediary between the two.