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Artist Colorizes 185 Old Photos, And It Might Change The Way You Look At History Artist Colorizes 185 Old Photos, And It Might Change The Way You Look At History
Целиот текст тука Mads Madsen is 25 years old and lives in Denmark where he’s pursuing a Master’s degree in the Classics (ancient Greece and... Artist Colorizes 185 Old Photos, And It Might Change The Way You Look At History

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Mads Madsen is 25 years old and lives in Denmark where he’s pursuing a Master’s degree in the Classics (ancient Greece and Rome). However, his fascination with history doesn’t end there.

Mads also colorizes old photos. Through the use of Photoshop, he meticulously injects life into black and white stills, allowing us to immerse ourselves into moments that have been fading away. There’s just something raw about looking at a person and seeing the color of their eyes. You don’t get that with a monochromic image.

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#1 Marilyn Monroe After A Party. A Rare, Solemn Moment Of Quiet For The Otherwise Boisterous Personality

Image credits: madsmadsen.ch

#2 Two Girls And Their Snow Fort, Ca. 1910

Image credits: madsmadsen.ch

#3 Ca. 1960 – A Civil Rights Demonstration. A Black Woman Is Glaring At A Man, Who Appears To Be A Segragationist, Donning The Confederate Flag On His Hardhat

Image credits: MadsMadsen.CH

#4 Unidentified Soldier Of The First Australian Imperial Force

About the first AIF: The First Australian Imperial Force (1st AIF) was the main expeditionary force of the Australian Army during World War I. It was formed on 15 August 1914, following Britain’s declaration of war on Germany, initially with a strength of one infantry division and

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