The best things about photograph they say is that it never changes. The moment of happiness, sadness, or whatever emotion once captured stays like that forever. No matter what happens, that moment remains exactly the same. Imagine if I could tell you I can enhance that emotion of your photographs? Nope, we are not talking about any android photo editor app, but these commendable work. Whenever you think of an old photograph, you imagine it to be some pixelated black & white image. But here is a collection of some beautiful coloured pictures of old times.

Before 1907, if you wanted a colour photograph then you (well, a professional colourist) basically had to colour it in using different dyes and pigments, but two French brothers called Auguste and Louis Lumière changed all that with a game-changing process that they called the Autochrome Lumière. Using dyed grains of potato starch and light-sensitive emulsion, they were able to produce vibrant photographs without the need for additional colourization a collection of stunning century-old colour photographs using their groundbreaking technique.

Christina in Red, 1913

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Flower Street Vendor, Paris, 1914

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Heinz And Eva On The Hillside, 1925

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Sisters Sitting In A Garden Tying Roses Together, 1911

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Daydreams, 1909

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Musing (Mrs. A. Van Besten), C. 1910

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Moulin Rouge, Paris, 1914

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A Girl Holds A Doll Next To Soldiers’ Equipment In Reims, France, 1917

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The Eiffel Tower, Paris, 1914

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The Grenata Street Army, 1915

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Among The First Coloured Pictures Ever Taken By Louis Lumière, 1907

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Among The First Coloured Pictures Ever Taken By Louis Lumière, 1907

Charlie Chaplin, 1918

Autochrome Of Mark Twain, 1908

Which one was your favourite?

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