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ManCave Returns: Colorizing the 1917 Chicago White Sox

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Several months ago, I had the great pleasure of introducing Chris Whitehouse, aka “ManCave” to you fine readers, along with a follow up to that original piece. If you click on those links (or look at today’s splash photo), you will recall Chris is an outstanding colorizer . . . → Read More: ManCave Returns: Colorizing the 1917 Chicago White Sox

More Colorizations From ManCave

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By Phil Hecken

A couple weeks ago, I had the pleasure of introducing you to Chris Whitehouse, who is the genius behind “Man Cave Photos” (or “Man Cave Pictures”), who was also nice enough to do a little Q&A with me. The seven before/after colorizations Chris share were just the tip of . . . → Read More: More Colorizations From Man Cave

The Man(Cave), The Myth, The Legend

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By Phil Hecken

As many of you know, I love colorizations — particularly of old baseball photos — and I’ve run many colorized photos in the past (I’ve also attempted to colorize a few myself, with varying degrees of success, and even had a few colorization tutorials on Uni Watch over the . . . → Read More: The Man(Cave), The Myth, The Legend

True Colors Volume IV - The Colors of Spring Training

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It’s been a while since I ran a “True Colors” lede — but it’s back today, and it features some of the amazing colorization work of UW stalwart Bruce “B Smile” Menard, whose great work usually can be found in the sub-lede, “Colorize This!” Bruce . . . → Read More: True Colors Volume IV – The Colors of Spring Training