Looks good. Must be stunning to see pics of ancestors from not too long ago but in vivid colour
Every time I see such colorizations, I wonder how does an artist know what color to use? Is it historic reference or is there some kind of hidden color information even in the grayscale/sepia images?
Somewhere in the softening and coloring you've changed their faces. Not a lot but just enough. Like your grandmother looks different in the colored one. In the BW she looks young while in the color a bit older. but overall not bad.
It looks like he walked up to her one day and said 'we shall be married' and she said 'thank you' and they lived perfectly adequate existence together for 50 years before dying within a week of each other.
Looks great but your great grandma's sleeve is bothering me a little. There is no color different between his and her jacket.
Your grandmother.... Must have had a wonderful personality.
The light tones r too bright it makes it look like a painting.
Absolutely great for the first time, also it would be interesting when you see pics of your ancestors and then color them however you want them to.
It’s really good! Looks more like a painting because the skin tones don’t vary in color at all, but other than that it’s really cool!
you made it great looks really good
Is it just me or does your granddad look like Mickey from Shameless?
I would have just made her face and blouse a tad darker and his eyes a tad lighter. The rest of their clothes and boots are very well done.
One of you guys could probably get a huge following doing tutorials for this on YouTube. Maybe this already exists? But I'd love to see how this is done. I have ideas but they are probably wrong.
Wow, this is very cool. I can't imagine what it was like back then - assuming your grandfather saw combat, he had an almost 1/4 chance of being killed. Chilling, looking back at it now.