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Historical Photos Turned Into Colour

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Tony Hardy, Nov 7, 2013.

  1. Tony Hardy

    Tony Hardy Guest

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  2. iDesign

    iDesign Member

    These are incredible!
  3. GilmoreVisuals

    GilmoreVisuals Active Member

    Looks fun to do, especially when you can see before and after!
  4. Yeah I was really impressed when I saw these. I wish I had time to do some more stuff like this!
  5. fips

    fips Member

    Some of these are amazing, no clue how this is done, anyone know?
  6. Tony Hardy

    Tony Hardy Guest

    Just Photoshop I guess. All the shading is there, so layer masks and time?
  7. doogle2020

    doogle2020 Member

    Gosh, these looked amazing, more real than the B&W, the photo's looked liked what was going on each one, actually really happened!! :)
  8. Gianluca Teti

    Gianluca Teti Member

    Impressive. I can't even think how long it took them to do this job.
  9. Jimlad

    Jimlad Well-Known Member

    Truly stunning, it really brings the photos to life. I'd love to know more about how they went about this.
  10. faizan300

    faizan300 New Member

    Nice photos. I like these all.
  11. rosie1

    rosie1 New Member

    I think that they are all really incredible.
  12. Adzzy

    Adzzy New Member

    These are some amazing images and the amount of detail is just outstanding.

    Regards to the adding colour to the image, as Tom stated since the shading is there, all you have to do is pick that colour and then brush over the area with a fine soft brush and then once finished make the layer an overlay or something long those lines.

    This was a tattoo I turned into colour, for example.


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