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Handcoloring photographs

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Published by Amphoto in New York .
Written in English


  • Photographs -- Coloring.,
  • Photography, Handworked.

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Edition Notes

Includes index.

Statementby James A. McKinnis.
LC ClassificationsTR485 .M45 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination144 p. :
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1430319M
ISBN 100817439722
LC Control Number93041704

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Handcoloring is very popular again, and this lovely book makes it easy to see why. Art photographer Dorskind clearly explains how she achieves her evocative and atmospheric "photopaintings," from materials and color basics, to composing a photo, to presenting and storing your s:   Painting on photographs is called hand-coloring photos. This process is usually done on black and white photographs printed on a sturdy matte or pearl finish photography paper. Most artists tend to only hand-color certain aspects of a photo to make certain aspects stand out. Hand Coloring Photos. Materials. Photos: Black and white photo. Remember that you can have a color photo printed in black and white at your photo processor or on your own computer if you have a photo quality printer. Tinting Markers or Photo Tinting Kit: These are a special marker designed for coloring on photos. The tints are very subtle.   Handcoloring is the technique of adding color to a black and white photograph. The process dates back to the earliest days of photography and its purpose was to add realism to the prints. With the introduction and wide use of color film, handcoloring has become a creative form of expression and a unique art form.