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Donnie 1 year ago
Better in B&W.
       
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Carol 1 year ago
I think this guy used to work for Turner Classic Movies
       
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Nick 1 year ago
Not only are the colours chosen by the AI horrific, colourising images from the original black and whites lose their drama, impact and beauty! The whole process in printing black and white is totally different to how you approach colour which is why every single colourised photo is pony! Stop doing it, it looks pony! shoot
       
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Lonny 1 year ago
Nick, Are you saying that, if we colorise a photo, we get a pony?
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Sorry, I just couldn't resist responding to your typo!
       
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Susie 1 year ago
they look like sh#t
       
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Susie 1 year ago
COLORIZATION IS NOT RESTORATION
       
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Dortha 1 year ago
To quote Greg, from the Pics That Are So Poignant And Fascinating post, concerning No. 43: "Whoever 're-purposes' art, vandalizes it."
       
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An image colorization API called “DeepAI” allows you to colorize black and white photos and videos in just a few seconds. Doctormacro decided to test the program with these iconic images of celebrities from the golden age of Hollywood.

 

Marilyn Monroe

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