Wednesday, April 1, 2020

More of my MyHeritage InColor Photos

I posted about the MyHeritage InColor photograph feature which takes your black and white photograph and creates a color photograph of it (which may or may not have the actual colors...) in Free and Unlimited Access to MyHeritage In Color™ Until 22 April 2020 and earlier posts.  Please read that blog post.  The latest feature is a combined photo of the original black and white photo and the colorized photo. 

I have colorized more of my family photographs, and want to display them.  Here are some of the most recent:

1)  3rd great-grandfather John Richman (1788-1867) of Hilperton, Wiltshire:

2)  Great-grandfather Charles Auble (1849-1916) in 1898:

3)  Grandmother Emily Kemp Auble (1899-1977) in 1918: 

4)  Grandmother Emily (Auble) Carringer and mother Betty Virginia Carringer (1919-2002) in about 1928:

5)  Mother Betty Virginia Carringer in about 1936:

These are all really precious photographs to me, and I have more to display at another time.


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1 comment:

Fax said...

Randy, I love this feature, but I'm struggling with the concept of changing the character of my original B/W photos. Are they still authentic when colored? Is changing them akin to fictionalizing them? I wonder what others think.