Okay, this is something else. Digital artist Marina Amaral has created spectacularly vivid colorized versions of some black and white photographs in honor of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day.
You have to check it out at her website.
It’s really cool how she does it.
Amaral shows you the image – half color and half black & white – with an arrowed icon in the center.
And what’s cool about it is it’s interactive. Amaral allows you to see both the original black & white and her colorized version.
First, drag the icon to the left to see the original in black & white.
Then, as you drag the icon to the right, the colorized version Marina Amaral created appears.
They’re really rich and detailed. I mean, you’d have no idea these photographs weren’t taken in color originally. That’s how flawless her work is.
I have to say, I am in awe of Marina Amaral. This is amazing!
Check out all of her D-Day images at this LINK.
But also take a gander at some of the other work Marina Amaral has done while you’re there. She did a series featuring the Tuskegee Airmen that’s really amazing.
Sorry if I’m gushing, but I really dig this kind of stuff.
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