Metacolor Around the Web

Pinar at Distractify recently wrote up an excellent article about my colorization work and website which can be seen here. In searching for the article, I stumbled across several other media related websites who covered my work as well. Below are the links to some of the articles I have found around the web regarding…

Colorized Annie Oakley

Annie Oakley Colorized

“For me, sitting still is harder than any kind of work.” – Annie Oakley. I can relate.  Annie Oakley, born Phoebe Ann Moses, was a natural born sharp-shooter,entertainer and all around bad-ass. She gained notoriety for being  the only female in a completely male dominated sport,  shootin’ guns.  Born in a log cabin in 1860 in…

Colorized Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly and a Kitten Colorized

A former model and stage actress from a wealthy Philadelphia family, Grace Kelly was an american film actress who came to film prominence with “High Noon” (1952) and her Oscar-nominated supporting role in “Mogambo” (1953) alongside Clark Gable.  Grace Kelly went on to star in three consecutive Hitchcock  films, “To Catch a Thief” (1955), “Dial M…

Colorization Portland

Metacolor on Display in Portland,ME

I apologize for the lack of updates this week, but I have been extremely busy with client work as well as setting up a display in Portland,ME. There is a Art festival going on in the town of Portland and I have been asked to display my work on Congress Street at the Community Television…

Colorized Natalie Wood

Natalie Wood Having Fun at the Beach, 1956

I recently stumbled across this awesome black and white photo of Natalie Wood having a blast at the beach in 1956 and had to colorize it. At age eight Natalie Wood played little Susan Walker in “Miracle on 34th Street”  and went on to co-star alongside James Dean in “Rebel Without a Cause” as well as playing…

Colorization of Frank Larsons black and white photo of woman waiting on a photo booth in 1954.

Photographic Sensation Colorization, 1954

This black and white photo was taken in 1954 by New York street photographer Frank Larson. I stumbled across his work recently and was blown away by his candid shots of New York life in the 1950’s, I highly suggest you check out his work. With no need for a photographer and the popularization by…

Black and white photo of Hughes & Fairbanks Colorized

Colorization of Charles Hughes & Charles Fairbanks

This old black and white photo from the Library Of Congress was taken from a glass negative and dates back to around 1915 . These two gentleman were the nominees of the republican party in 1916. On the left is Charles Evans Hughes who was a presidential nominee & The guy on the right is…

Clark Gable Colorized

 I have been doing a great deal of intricate colorization lately. Old black and white photos with lots of small details in the background and foreground. Details tend to be the most time consuming part, so it was refreshing to just do a headshot of Mr. Suave himself, Clark Gable.   When doing a headshot…