Hand Colored Project
In the late 1800s and early 1900s before the advent of stable color films, artists would manually add color to black and white photographs to enhance its realism or to express a specific creative visions.
Recently, I started using pastels and pastel pencils to hand color some of my photographs, and it has been an enjoyable connection to the history of photography and I find joy in creating unique images to share.
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