Donald Binks wrote:One of the hardest things to do in colouring up a black and white photo, I find, is to get the flesh tones right - particularly on the face.
Whilst twiddling around on the 'net I happened on this photograph below which a Brazilian fellow has coloured from a Newsreel still of the then British Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain after he had arrived back in London from Munich after a meeting with old Schicklegruber. It looks so lifelike I had to pinch myself a dozen times to realise that it wasn't an original colour photo!
bobfells wrote:New color transfers by Moi. Starting with the software we discussed a few weeks ago, I can tackle much more complex views than the usual head and shoulders portraits. My challenge is to replace colors and tones that just don't work.
jharvat wrote:Thanks, Bob. I grew up around the antique car hobby and I remember seeing Buicks and Packards from the late 30s sporting that nice maroon color. Think Dorothy's in a coupe but that door molding has me stumped - might be a Hudson or something.
wich - regarding Kay - vehwy funny!
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