Colorization of Tough kid in New York

Colorization of Young Kid on the New York Sidewalk, 1954

This tough looking kid was originally photographed by street photographer, Vivian Maier. This is the second colorization I have completed from her work( The first can be seen here) and I have a few more I intend to work on in the near future. Vivian was not known at all in her time period and…

colorized Ice bucket challenge

Ice Bucket Challenge Before it Was Cool, 1943.

These ladies were not raising money or awareness for ALS in 1943, just the window-watchers pulses. Considering how strict the modesty laws were in 1943, these ladies were partying out of control. this photo was taken in the summer of 1943 in the heart of New York City. Colorizing buildings can be really difficult because…

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…

Lauren Bacall Colorized

Lauren Bacall Having a Smoke

First off,  I admit I made a mistake in posting a colorized photo yesterday in which I believed was Lauren Bacall. It was in fact, Grace Kelly and I had been misinformed by a few different sources….mybad. This black and white photo of Lauren Bacall looking badass is one of the first three photos I…

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…