Marina Amaral

Marina Amaral colorizes black and white photos, from iconic portraits to classic scenes.

One day I decided to combine my fascination with history and skill using Photoshop.  I started to restore and put color into photos that were originally black and white, allowing people to see history from a new and colorful perspective.

1916+Georgia+schoolhouse

Each photo is made to be realistic by recognizing the value behind each one of them, respecting and preserving their stories, paying attention to the finer details and maintaining their original essence.

Churchill+Revisited

Every completed work has gone through long and in depth research, and is supported by the opinions of experts in each particular area if necessary, to faithfully reproduce the original colors and atmosphere.

Queen-Elizabeth-Coronation

Coloring black and white photos is an art that requires a deep work of research, analysis of each object to make it be as realistic as possible, historical knowledge and enough respect to value and preserve every detail in each story. It is a complex process able to transport us to anywhere.  — Marina Amaral

Check out more photos on her website here.

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