Colorizing B&W

This is a discussion on Colorizing B&W within the Family History Photos forums, part of the PHOTO PROJECTS category; My parents wedding party was held in my mother's mother apartment in 1942 My uncle, Wally, my step-uncle Neil and my father, Herbie. Think this ...


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    My parents wedding party was held in my mother's mother apartment in 1942



    My uncle, Wally, my step-uncle Neil and my father, Herbie. Think this was taken in 1925 when my grandmother Luella married Neil father.



    And here's a worker.

    Step-uncle, also 3rd cousin once remove, Bill in his Communion best in 1933





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    Nice work!
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    Great job on these

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    Nice job!

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    What software do you use for things like that? I use photobucket but it doesnt exactly do everything I'd like it to.....

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    PM me what program is used. Thanks--
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    [b]What software do you use for things like that? I use photobucket but it doesnt exactly do everything I'd like it to.....
    Paint Shop Pro. But any paint program with layer features will work.

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    Nice work. another program for people to use would be photoshop
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    Nice work, it has to be rather difficult to do!
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    A couple of tips which I find useful when doing the same thing, if you dont do it already,
    to get a perfect skin colour to paint with, get a picture of somebody in colour, and use the eyedropper on a part of their skin, and viola, you have a perfect colour!

    and change the blending mode to colour
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