Before the 1960’s, photography was only limited to black and white images. Though it captures forms and faces, it sadly fails to include the life and sense of reality that we now enjoy with the digital photography of today. With the rich moments of yesterday preserved in these images, wouldn’t it be just fascinating to bring them back to life through image colorization.
The remarkable works you’ll see below are works of Sanna Dullaway. With her impressive skills and significant attention to details, she has successfully restored the life of these old photos as if it was just taken yesterday. Take a look at some of her amazing works. Come, take a peek, and enjoy!
‘V-J Day in Times Square’ Alfred Eisenstaedt
Abandoned boy after the London bombings
Operation Crossroads Baker at the Bikini Atoll
The burning monk
Attack on Pearl Harbour
Mauretania’s” first Chief Engineer
‘The American Way’
‘Migrant Mother’, Dorothea Lange
Check out Sanna Dullaway on her website. You can share what you think on her works by leaving a comment below.
Her works are inspiring to watch. With the colors she incorporates with these old photos, we see a history and everything with it in a more realistic manner and appreciate it more.
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