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Retrographic: History's Most Exciting Images Transformed into Living Colour

Retrographic: History's Most Exciting Images Transformed into Living Colour

Author: Michael D. Carroll
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Through the careful selection of striking images and dedicated colourization research, Retrographic will take you on a visual tour of the distant past. Many of these moments are already burned into our collective memory through the power of photography as shared by people across the 177 year long Age of the Image. And now, these visual time capsules are collected together for the first time and presented in living colour. Including the following topics: 19th Century: the Victorians, exploration, colonialism, indigenous people, science, warfare 20th century: lifestyle, WW1, Great Depression, WW2, Hollywood, US, Russian, German, French and British history, the Cold War, 50's and 60's icons and the social revolution With a forward by Royal Photographic Society Ambassador Jeff Vickers, Retrographic is littered with informative gems and a powerful narrative that bounces themes of conflict, exploration, progress, regression, culture and hope across the Age of the Image. Retrographic is the ultimate celebration of human civilization's most impactful medium. Littered with informative gems and a powerful narrative that bounces themes of conflict, exploration, progress, regression, culture and hope across the Age of the Image, Retrographic is the ultimate celebration of human civilization's most impactful medium.

Author description

Author Michael D. Carroll is the founder and photographic director of bespoke photo-agency Media Drum World. He lives in Birmingham, UK with his wife and daughter.

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General Fields

  • : 9781908211507
  • : Pro-Actif Communications
  • : Carpet Bombing Culture
  • : June 2017
  • : 285mm X 235mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : November 2017
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Michael D. Carroll
  • : Hardback
  • : 1
  • : 779
  • : 192