Discussion in 'Western Europe' started by jagdpanther44, Jun 4, 2011.
Please do share your comparisons with us, Eric.
I'll second that, Eric.....I made a small contribution myself, back here...
( Alsace is a favourite area of mine ! )
Ok, I'll post some pictures in the thread "Alsace 1944-2007" to stay on topic ...
Please go for it and welcome to this fine forum .
Nice work, very impressive
Nice shot. I like those soo much. Thanks buddy.
Good bump....Missed this first time...Excellent pics chaps...
i'm loving these photos! Keep em coming.
I've seen many good 'then and now' photos, John and yours are exceptional. A pleasure to view.
Thank you, Jonathan. I enjoy doing this sort of thing.
Some colorizations. I just finished the Ambrose account ....
Now with Street View, I wonder how many more we can come up with?
Now, if we could just find a good photo archive....
It's excellent to see some of those classics colorized, good show!
Jeff, the colorization adds to the photos, especially the ones where the colors are somewhat muted. Thanks.
Skipper and L;
Thanks! The war was not fought in B&W and I do think that colorization MUST happen-if only to "set the record straight."
PS. I have been fiddling with this hobby for a long time now and have developed my own techniques.
You, of course, are right. The war was certainly fought in color, a fact we frequently forget since most of the photos are black-and-white. That last picture is excellent.
Nice job on the colorization, Jeff. The last one in your first post almost looks like a photo of re-enactors, and I mean that as a compliment.
I agree with TD, picture #4 in post 51 jumped out when I saw it. The Soldier closest to the camera looks like he is all of 15 or 16 years old. I don't think you would be able to see that without the colorizing.
Had to jump on here and publicly throw a big thank you to Jeff. Notice the colorized version on my avatar !
You are getting better every day !