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Colouring black and white photos.

A showcase of colouring black and white images using photoshop. Old photos now re-imaged in colour, researched for accuracy and historically correct.

About Colourising Black and White

Your precious old black and white photo was only like that as no colour photography was around back then. What if you could have that old photo colourised with my colourising service?

To colourise a photo, layers of hues and colour shades are added to the image. This builds up the colouring and produce a photo that bursts into life. Do get in touch and see what colouring can do for you!

For more reading on colouring black and white images choose from the selection of blog posts below. For a new selection just refresh the page.

Colouring photos blog

16
AUG
2014
faded colour photo restored

Restore a faded colour photo that has shifted in the frame

Restore a faded colour photo where the frame has shifted and the sunlight has faded it some more… this was no easy restore! . Tackling a restore this complex require some thought on the best processes to fix it. No amount of automatic colour fix filters is going to get...

Colourising B&W blog

16
SEP
2018
Coloured grade separation near Arlington New Jersey circa 1900

Ambient Images, colourised historic moments with immersive soundscapes

Ambient images:¬†Reconnect with the past by immersing yourself into the moment Ambient Images: You all know i love nostalgia. Often spending my days scanning and restoring my clients’ treasured memories. Days spent painstakingly removing the ravages of time or accidental...

Recolouring old photos blog

16
AUG
2014
faded colour photo restored

Restore a faded colour photo that has shifted in the frame

Restore a faded colour photo where the frame has shifted and the sunlight has faded it some more… this was no easy restore! . Tackling a restore this complex require some thought on the best processes to fix it. No amount of automatic colour fix filters is going to get...