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This is a discussion on How obsessive artists colorize old photos within the Photography From Around the Web forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I used to do this by hand years ago - always loved the process - cool video. https://www.vox.com/videos/2017/5/30...ize-old-photos...

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    I used to do this by hand years ago - always loved the process - cool video.

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    Thanks for the share Marko.

    I while ago I did something similar in Bringing history to life ??. I really enjoy the process in Photoshop too and it is surprisingly easy to get reasonable results. I havent revsited this for quite a while. I have recently bought a wacom tablet, so the next time I am looking for something to do I may visit Flickr commons and find a photo to colour in
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    cool - In your example, you start off w/a colour image. Imo, better to convert it to BW first
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    Thanks for sharing the link. I liked it

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