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Graham Broad 5m
Replying to @ProfessorBroad
Look: I'm not against per se. It's your art. Colour away, and spell color any damn way you want. What I'm against is the claim that the process makes history "better" and the way in which even many don't consider the methodological implications
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Graham Broad 21m
Thread. More thoughts on . I take the point that the world itself exists in colour. But sources never depict the world precisely as it is. And can't alter sources because of that fact.
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DigikuvAri 2h
Henry S. Yount (March 18, 1839 – May 16, 1924) He was nicknamed "Rocky Mountain Harry Yount".
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Graham Broad 24h
Replying to @ProfessorBroad
Moreover, the source itself is of primary historical interest. Do you repaint Renaissance art using colors not available to the artists at the time and say, "There! I've 'brought it to life.'"?
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khromakkord Colorization Nov 19
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Graham Broad 24h
Another crack at this of photos thing. Historians don't look directly at the past. We write true stories about the past based on sources. I don't get to consciously embellish those sources for the sake of making them more appealing.
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Klimenko Color Nov 15
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