These photos completely alter my perspective on the past. A black and white photo, for me, evokes a completely different emotion than that of a colorized counterpart, especially if it's a photo I've seen in black and white for over twenty five years. In any case, this is the coolest thing I've seen in a long time. I seriously need to see a tutorial on this.
This is the third article we've put together of colorized photos from the past so make sure to check out the first and second articles as well. I'm always amazed at what a little bit of color adds to my perspective and view of the past. I just didn't think that it was possible to this level, but then again there are some very talented people out there. Here are a few more from various artists around the interwebs. Where are their tutorials on how to do this?
Baltimore Slums, 1938 (Colorized by Jordan J Lloyd)
Walt Whitman, 1887
Mark Twain, circa 1900
Charlie Chaplin, 1916
Elizabeth Taylor, 1956
Louisville, Kentucky, 1937 (Photo credit: Sanna Dullaway)
Thich Quang Duc’s self-immolation, 1963 (Photo credit: Sanna Dullaway)
Kissing the War Goodbye, 1945 (Photo credit: Sanna Dullaway)
Big Jay McNeely, Olympic Auditorium, 1953
London, 1945 (Photo credit: valdigtmycketfarg)
Hindenburg Disaster, 1937
Japanese Archers, circa 1860 (Colorized by Jordan J Lloyd)
Unemployed Lumber Worker and His Wife, circa 1939
British Troops Board Their Train for the Front, 1939
Oscar II, King of Sweden and Norway, 1880 (Photo credit: Sanna Dullaway)
Old Gold Country store, 1939 (Colorized by Jordan J Lloyd)
Washington D. C., 1921 (Photo credit: Sanna Dullaway)
Is there someone out there that has a tutorial on how to do this? I'd love to see the post process work for one of these images.