These historical pictures captured the most important moments of history. We all know what a blessing camera is as it helps you capture the most precious times and keep them with you forever. So here we are a few pictures which are converted into coloured images and they look amazing.
1. Claude Monet in 1923
He has painted empty canvases with colours all his life and now his black and white picture is turned into a coloured one.
2. Pablo Picasso
Another painter whose life is filled with colours. Only if we could see how colourful his photos are. Now we can.
3. Lou Gehrig, 4th July 1939
His retirement speech is famous for all the right reasons. This is one of the best historical moments and now someone has photoshopped it in colour.
4. Lee Harvey Oswald, 1963
You must have heard the name Oswald, the one who killed John F. Kennedy. This is the picture just before he was sent to trial for assassination.
5. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1918
Helen Keller was the first deaf and blind student to get a bachelor’s degree in Arts.
6. Girls delivering ice, 1918
The local in work mode is a great picture to be edited. It feels good reminiscing the old historical pictures.
7. Winston Churchill, 1941
He was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. The image in light and shade looks really good.
8. Albert Einstein 1921
Have you ever seen any of his pictures in colour before? This is a really good effort to enjoy historical pictures in a new way.
9. Madison Square Park New York City, 1900
The colours look so original it is as if they are clicked that way.
10. Marilyn Monroe
How we wish we could see her styles and dresses and makeup in coloured images. Now at least we have a picture of how she would have looked in real.
11. American Poet Walt Whitman, 1868
He is also known as the father ‘free verse.’ He explored the transition between transcendentalism and realism.
12. Audrey Hepburn
We all remember her from Breakfast At Tiffany’s or Sabrina. She is one of the prettiest actresses ever.
13. Charlie Chaplin at 27 years old, 1916
This is one of the rare pictures as we mostly remember Charlie Chaplin from the look in his movies.