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25 mind blowing colorized photos

Colorized photos are breath taking… Prior to 1970s, color photography was extremely rare and most of history (especially daily snapshots) before that is more or less remembered in black and white. This made this world look so distant. Beginning in the 1960s, Kodak’s Kodachrome, along with other film brands, had begun to establish a presence in the market, but they were still much more expensive than standard black and white film. By the 1970s, prices were able to decrease enough to make color photography accessible for the masses. And finally, by the 1980s, black and white film was no longer the dominant medium used for daily snapshots of life.

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