Re: Ancient photos in color
Let's not forget that colorization is far from a new thing. I've got postcards from around the turn of the century (the 19th into the 20th) that are colorized ("tinted") versions of black and white photos I also have. Colorization happens. Deal with it.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
OTOH, it seems that I heard somewhere that someone claimed that color was not invented until early in the 20th century, and before that everything (the world, not just photos) was in black and white. <G>
Lincoln City, Oregon
Sent: Tue, 16 Jan 2007 5:59 PM
Subject: Re: [STMFC] Ancient photos in color
rfederle@... wrote:On Tue, January 16, 2007 4:34 pm, Spen Kellogg replied:I agree. When modelling we look to the photo for reference and expect
With apologies to Roger Federle for subverting the meaning of hisSpen,
Its been done. I don't remeber the modeler's name, but he is an LDSIG
member, models circa WWII and his entire color scheme is greytones. In
reality, this is a HUGE challenge to get right! While I have only seen
photos, the layout is apparently very dramatic, which makes sense, as
IIRC, the builder is a theatrical designer.
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