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Free Colourization of B&W pPhotos, until 22nd April

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alf mcm

For those of us with some time to spare!

My Heritage are offering their colorising program for free until 22nd April 2020. If you have any old black and white {or sepia} photographs, simply upload them to the website at https://www.myheritage.com/incolor and see them reproduced in colour. This is very easy to use. The colours may not be exactly the same those in the original, but the results are still very good. The colourised photos can then be saved for printing or copying, and could probably be enhanced by using a colourizsing programme.

 

 


Regards,

Alf McM

HUGH NEILSON ON HORSE.jpg

HUGH NEILSON ON HORSE-Colorized.jpg

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Open Bolt

Thanks - that is pretty good.

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alf mcm

This Lovat Scout has turned out well, apart from a yellow tinge to the white dicing on the cap.

 

 

DICK DOIG.jpg

DICK DOIG-Colorized.jpg

 

Regards,

 

Alf McM

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battle of loos

Good evening,

 

thank you so much for the information.

 

regards

 

michel

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clarke

Thanks Alf

 

Great idea, thanks for sharing 

 

Cheers Clarke

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JWK

@alf mcmThank you véry much for this link!

My grandparents (their weddingphoto from 1908)  suddenly came to life:

grandparents.jpg.b7e6a78bb8cdddf488e77039d862fab1.jpg

 

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alf mcm

That's a very good result, what an excellent photograph.

 

Regards,

 

Alf McM

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Coldstreamer

Thanks for the tip

 

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roel22

Thanks, had some wonderful results!

 

Roel

Veldgraven-Colorized.jpg

RIR 238 Colorized.jpg

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KernelPanic

So far I'm quite impressed with the results. As with any photo-manipulation, what you get is only as good as what you put in. I had the best success with outdoor shots. My indoor/studio photos needed further Photoshop tweaking afterwards. Sepia shots seemed better if they were converted to grayscale before submitting. But all in all, well worth a try.

 

If anybody is interested in a more customised colourisation service then this could be an option for more difficult photos Marina Amaral. Her recent book (The Colour of Time) is very well done.

 

Original                                                                                              Submitted B&W                                                                       Colourised

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jp1885

Thanks for the link. I've had great fun colourising old family photos (even if the khaki needs tweaking a bit).

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