Black and white photo of Harold Agnew Carrying the core of the Fat Man Bomb Nagasaki Colorized

Harold Agnew Carrying the Core of the Nagasaki Fat Man Bomb Colorized

 A somewhat odd photo and not terribly exciting unless you are aware of the details. Harold Agnew smiles as he holds the plutonium core to an atomic bomb that would eventually kill 40,000 people outright when it was detonated over the Japanese city of Nagasaki in 1945. The “Fat Man” was the code name given for…

Colorization of a Black and white photo of a woman swimming in a pool.

Summertime Pool Loungin’ , 1961

  Summer is in full swing and the pool is the ideal place to have a drink and beat the heat. Until last year, I’ve spent most of my life living  in the stygian pit that is southeastern Georgia. Georgia is a great place to live but the summers are brutal and every summer seems…

Colorized black and white photo of street photographer Elliot Erwiits "In Glass"

Street Photographer Elliot Erwitt’s “In Glass” Colorized

Since beginning this website, I have delved deeper and deeper into the world of  black and white photography and have discovered some incredible yet slightly unrecognized  photographers. Each new photographer I stumble across leads me to another. One type of black and white photographer I have really fallen in love with is street photography from…

Colorization of black and whtie photo of Yvonne Decarlo

Yvonne De Carlo AKA Lily Munster Colorized (again)

This is the second black and white photo of Yvonne De Carlo I have Colorized. Yvonne De Carlo was the actress who played the original Lily Munster in the sixties television show “The Munsters“. The first colorization I completed can be seen here.  Yvonne actually took the role of Lily Munster on The Munsters  just to help pay…

Carriage ride through New york, 1953

Colorization of a Carriage Ride Through 1953 New York

I recently stumbled across some of street photographer Vivian Maier’s black and white photographs from the fifties and was really blown away with her work. Like Frank Larson, the raw feel of her photography of candid New York in the 1950′s makes me feel like I could step right through the photo in 1953. This colorization…