Film Colorization

Film colorization is any process that adds color to black-and-white, sepia, or monochrome moving-picture images. It may be done as a special effect, or to modernize black-and-white films, or to restore color films. Examples date from the early 20th century, but colorization has become common with the advent of digital image processing.

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... Colorization is sometimes used on documentary programmes ... II using genuine color footage, but since true color film was not practical for moving pictures at the time of World War I, the series consists of colorized ... on kinescope, was colorized by Legend Films for the documentary Jim Nantz Remembers ...

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