Artist Colorizes Old Black And White Photos And It Makes A Huge Difference In How We See History

Anyone can use Photoshop, but doing a good job remains a craft. Brazilian pro colorist Marina Amaral doesn’t just click and drag. Driven by her burning obsession with history, Marina also does extensive research to make her colorizations as realistic as possible.

Continue scrolling to enjoy Marina’s wonderful work.

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Cree Man, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1903

A Photographer Uses His Own Backdrop To Mask Poland’s World War II Ruins While Shooting A Portrait In Warsaw In November 1946

Marie Sklodowska Curie

Four Female Pilots Leaving Their Ship, Pistol Packin’ Mama, At The Four Engine School At Lockbourne AAF, 1944

Finnish Sniper Simo Häyhä, White Death

Roza Shanina, A 19-Year-Old Russian WWII Sniper With 59 Confirmed Kills

The Most Intelligent Picture Ever Taken: Participants Of The 5th Solvay Conference On Quantum Mechanics, 1927

Grigori Rasputin. Lover Of The Russian Empress