HISTORY CHANNEL NEWS!

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If you’d like us to colorize images for your museum, publication, documentary – or even for the family – a visit to our website gets you started: http://www.americanphotocolorizing.com

We’ve been waiting for weeks to announce this: “Blood & Glory – The Civil War In Color” will premier Tuesday, April 7th and Tuesday, April 14th on The History Channel. Check with your local cable provider for show times.

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The History Channel will be airing a two-part TV Special, “Blood & Glory: The Civil War In Color” – and American Photo Colorizing was commissioned to produce 18 Colorized Civil War Images for it.

We’ll be among a number of colorizers – but, if you’re familiar with our work – you’ll recognize our images by their extreme ‘attention to detail’ and realism.

While we can’t share with you any of the photos we colorized for the TV program, here’s one of our favorite “Before & After” shots from the golden-olden days of the American Civil War – 150 years ago.

Garrison House - Fort Monroe, VA (1864) (O)

1864 - Garrison House - Fort Monroe, VA

You’ll see American Photo Colorizing at the Grand Review of the Troops – Washington, DC’s final hoorah to the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War! One of our colorized images has been selected as the official logo image for the city-wide celebration. There will be a Grand Review Parade, a glamorous ball – and a selection of our colorized Civil War photos and lithographs will be on exhibit at the African American Civil War Museum in the heart of Washington, DC. Here’s the lowdown on the hoedown: https://www.grandreviewparade.org/

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