Colorized and restored photo of Atlantic City Boardwalk in 1905

A Stroll Down the Atlantic City Boardwalk 1905

This photo was taken on the Atlantic City Boardwalk between 1905 and 1907. Multiple sources report different dates and I couldn’t pin down who took the original photo or the exact day. I do know it was a sunny day warm day from the bathers taking “Saltwater Baths” underneath the “Million Dollar Pier”, which is…

Restoration and Colorization for a Client

I have been working on some rather difficult and tedious historical colorizations that are taking quite a while to complete. I expect to be finished by the end of the weekend but to tie everyone over, here is a restoration and colorization I completed for a client recently. My full size colorization is below as…

Tyke on a Trike, 1913. Restored and Colorized.

This photo of future socialite Helen Marye on her tricycle was taken in Washington D.C.  some time in between 1913-1918. The photo is part of the Harris & Ewing collection and is courtesy of the Library of Congress. Helen Marye was the daughter of Russian ambassador,George Marye.  She grew up in Washington D.C and was…

Restoration and colorization for a cient

Restoration and Colorization for a Client

With the holiday season upon us, I have been inundated with client work and have had very little time to work on personal colorization projects. No complaints here though, I enjoy the work and the extra money is a perk. I have completed over two-hundred photos for clients and surely the best part about restoring…

Colorized Black and white photo of Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

A website and digital archive called “Digital Einstein”  launched Friday afternoon. The digital archive contains letters, papers, postcards, notebooks and diaries that Einstein left scattered in Princeton and in other archives when he died in 1955. The interface and design of the website is eye-pleasing and speedy and the digital archives are easy to navigate….

Actor, Officer and Future President, Ronald Reagan.

The Gipper!  This publicity photo of Ronald Wilson Reagan was taken by Warner Brother’s photographer Schuyler Crail in the spring may of 1939. With World War II beginning to take shape, major film studios promoted their movie stars military service heavily. Prior to his success as an actor, Ronald Reagan enlisted in the U.S. Army…