Lincoln, Einstein, Hitchcock, Darwin – 17 photographies noir et blanc célèbres en version colorisée

Une jolie série de 17 photographies en noir et blanc cultes et célèbres d’évènements et de personnages historiques colorisées ! On y retrouve les portraits de Charles Darwin, Mark Twain, Abraham Lincoln, Alfred Hitchcock, Albert Einstein, Anne Frank et bien d’autres.

Che Guevara

Abraham Lincoln

Anne Frank

Charlie Chaplin

Charles Darwin

Mark Twain

Albert Einstein

Theodore Rosevelt

Alfred Hitchcock

Winston Churchhill


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  • Franbrgss

    Okay, so we know the world is not black & white. Hoorah for color even if it does bring out the truth in good and evil.  

  • Ørjan Langbakk

    I dunno… I think mostly the B/W versions are more powerful than the colored ones. Maybe because most of these pictures are so iconic in their own right, and I’m so used to seeing them in B/W only, but I still feel that B/W photography done well is lightyears beyond colored photography, simply because I see the art of the B/W photography as a more difficult art to master.

  • christopher.

    I don’t know. I have to admit that adding color to the flames in the picture of Quang Duc adds a terrifyingly dramatic effect to it.  

  • Brittany

    stunning. the colors make many of the evens/people seem more real. i feel as if i’m there or seeing them as more recent history.

  • Brittany


  • Nawel Bh

    Who is the artist ?

  • Steve Cook

    There are a few that are quite captivating, but to be brutally honest, it doesn’t take much skill in Photoshop to do this. I’ve done it several times, and it’s fun, but especially in the late 19th-early 20th century photos, it’s very subjective in terms of which colors were chosen. Also, the Karsch photos of Einstein and Churchill were lit for black and white, as well as the processing highlighting the contrast for black and white. Color does nothing for them.

  • jirofar

    I totally agree with this point of view. To be brutally honest, I found the work around documentation and precision on the skins for example very smart. « not so impresing coz’ I can do the same in photoshop ». If only writing was just type on a keyboard…