My interest about the Titanic began in my early childhood. I believe I build the first 3D model of Titanic at the age of 6 out of Lego bricks.á Ever since I was fascinated of the ship and her tragedy. Approaching the 100th commemoration of her sinking requests about color footage came in. Of course there was none! But thanks to the computer we could help out. Please scroll down to see examples of our work!
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The idea is to show the Titanic in color, outside and inside. The colors are carefully chosen according the builders materials and paint instructions. This project is still – work in progress – !
Beside the colorization and some dust or scratch removal the original black & white photographs are left untouched. We have not added anything like clouds or other items to make the photo look more dramatic or spectacular.
We show each color photo side-by-side with theáoriginal black and white image. The pictures seen on this website are down scaled versions from up to 6000 pixels wide original scans.
The Titanic in Color Project is part of the Titanic 3D Open Source Project which will soon have his own website.
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