Saturation remapping

Reproduces the original image color saturation (vividness) when converting into the target device's color space. In this approach, the relative saturation of colors is main­tained from gamut to gamut. This render intent is primarily designed for business graphics, where the exact relationship between colors (such as in a photographic image) is not as important as are bright saturated colors.

Figure 1. Saturation remapping scales all colors to the brightest saturation possible (B). The saturation (also called chroma) will remain the same, but some colors will appear lighter or darker.