Although footage colorization makes some historians upset, many of us find them fun to watch. A recent video from Glamour Daze shows 1920s New York but in a completely new light. Using AI upscaling and colorization, the video gives us a new look at the Roaring 20s.
This colorized video is a time machine to Victorian England
While many historians argue that we should leave old black-and-white photos and videos untouched, many people enjoy their colorized versions too. And I admit I’m one of them. While I highly appreciate the original sources unchanged, giving them some color gives them a different feel and gives viewers a new, perhaps more personal look on them.
If you enjoy colorized old footage too, you’ll enjoy this video from Vintage Stories. It takes us 130 years back to Victorian England, giving us a glimpse of life as it was back in the late 19th century.
This colorized 1933 footage shows the last known Tasmanian tiger
Thylacine or Tasmanian tiger was declared extinct way back in 1936 so none of us have ever been able to see it live. But The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) has just released a video that gives a new life to this unusual animal. The colorized footage from 1933 shows not only just any Tasmanian tiger but also the last one of its kind.
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