Coloring old photos is amazing and complex…. here are some sources I came across.. enjoy the art

Jordan J. Lloyd

Marina Amaral

Colorized History

History in Color

Imbued with Hues


About jasterling

One part of my life is in the science of anthropology and archaeology where I did comparative work. My other life that I am now pursuing is writing along the lines of fantasy/sci fi fictional writing as my one way to stay sane in this other insane world. Please enjoy the selections you will find in my blog.
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1 Response to Colorization

  1. Val says:

    It’s an excellent video and interestoing to watch. I do this work myself (as you can see on my newish site and blog) but, unlike most others who do, I rarely colour the freely-accessible Library of Congress or other public domain or Creative Commons images. Most of those are taken from glass plate and other negatives and are in pristine condition and need no restoration. Instead, I colour mostly unknown people – from people’s family photos, from photos and cards I’ve bought and ones I’ve been asked to do (also including many of my own family ones), and my reason for doing it – aside from any financial considerations as I have to eat! – is to experience the joy that comes when people see their memories come alive. I love this work and have been doing it for many, many years.

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