Colorization is a delightful mix of photography and history; two things I have always been interested in. As a child my favorite museum was the Museum of Anthropology at UBC in my hometown of Vancouver BC. I could spend hours looking through those little drawers of artifacts. I believe preserving and respecting history is very important to humanity and restoring family photos is just as important to your future relatives as those little artifacts are to historians.
My love of photography started with reading National Geographic as a child and eventually buying my own camera after high school.
My interest in colorization started the day I saw a colorized version of Dorthea Lange's Migrant Mother, one of my absolute favorite photographers. Always curious, I decided to see if I could figure out how it was done and found I have a knack for it and absolutely love the process of taking a mono-colored image and bringing it to life with colour. I find it calming and shouldn't your job bring you joy?
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