Handcoloring Photographs: Step by Step

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Amherst Media, Jan 1, 1997 - Photography - 108 pages
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Step-by-step instructions show artists how to get started handcoloring black and white photographs using any coloring media—oils, colored pencils, watercolors, and dyes, among others. Lessons include how to creatively apply color to photographs, choose the right color combinations, mix media for variety and texture, present the final handcolored photographs on display, and more.

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The hand coloring of black-and-white photographs began almost as soon as the photograph was invented and has persisted dspite the introduction of color film and, more recently, the digitized photo ... Read full review

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