How to Colorize Photos
Edited by Ben Jacklin
November 19, 2020
Thomas Sutton took the first color photo in 1861. He used the three-color method suggested by James Clerk Maxwell in 1855: red, green, and blue filters were used to create the colored image. In the middle of the 19th century, color photography was an exclusive technique, only affordable by a small circle of people.
Nowadays, almost everyone has a phone camera, which can take great color shots. Still, lots of people also have old black-and-white photos like wedding pictures, family photos, or even historic army portraits. Have you ever wanted to colorize old photos and see exactly how people looked a century or more ago? With modern technologies, you can easily add color to these photos and gain a deeper understanding of the past. Read on if you want to know how to colorize photos in a couple of clicks.
First of all, you’ll need a photo-editing app to colorize black-and-white photos. We recommend using Picverse Photo Editor to convert black-and-white to color. This program will allow you to colorize photos, edit pictures, apply different filters, and more. By the way, you can use the free trial license to test all the features out before you decide to purchase.
Learn how to colorize a black-and-white photo with Picverse Photo Editor by following the instructions below.
Step 1. Install Picverse Photo Editor
First, download the distribution file and install the photo colorizer. Start the program.
Step 2. Add a Photo
Click the Browse for Images button and select a photo that needs colorizing, or simply drag and drop the picture into the program working area.
Step 3. Colorize the Photo
Go to the Adjust tab. In the AI Adjust section, click the Colorize photo switch. It’s a good idea to move the Enhance slider to the right as well – this feature will automatically adjust the brightness and contrast to the best levels. Click the Restore button, wait a little, and Picverse Photo Editor will colorize the photo.
Step 4. Save the Colorized Image
Now you need to click the floppy disk icon in the upper-right corner of the interface to export the edited photo. You can choose your desired format, quality, and destination folder and rename the file if you want. Then click the OK button to start the export process. The destination folder will open automatically after the export is complete.
Now you know how to add color to a black-and-white photo. With Picverse Photo Editor, you can also create collages, replace backgrounds, and adjust photos to your needs. Download the program and boost your creativity today!
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