A Touch of Color.
Colorized photos change the way we look at old photographs and history.
There's something magical about black-and-white photography. No hiding behind a play of colors. Just lines, shadows and a complex simplicity. It almost makes the people, places and events in this pictures seem magical, mythical and unreal. But what happens when we add color back into these scenes? See picks from reddit's Colorized History and share how it changes how you look at the photo.
Above: Man with Pigeons by Vivian Maier, circa 1955
Clint Eastwood works on his Jaguar, circa 1960
Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali, circa 1963
Ted, Bobby and John F. Kennedy, circa 1963
Marilyn Monroe, circa 1962
Rita Hayworth, circa 1965
Louis and Lucille Armstrong in Cairo, circa 1961
Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, Feb. 23, 1945