Black and white photos are a window that allows us to look into the time before color photography was invented. However, with new technologies that use advanced monochromatic tools, as well as hue and saturation detectors to find the real colors hiding in the shades of grey, we can bring color to those old photos.
The pictures you see before you are the originals that were taken many years ago, but click on them and you will see them come to life in full color.
Click on each picture to change it into color
American soldiers with bombs dedicated to Hitler, 1944.
A young paper-boy selling newspapers about the Titanic, 1912.
The construction of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, 1935.
Broadway Street in New York, 1915.
Louis Armstrong in his dressing room, 1946.
American soldier during a chemical warfare drill, 1942.
Former United states president, Abraham Lincoln, 1865.
The Hindenburg Airship disaster, 1937.
Samurai archers showing their ability, 1860.
Prisoners in Buchenwald concentration camp, 1945.
French Impressionist painter Claude Monet, 1923.
Abandoned child in bombarded London, 1941.
Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon, 1963.
Albert Einstein and a friend in Long island, 1939.