Louise Baranoski

Louise Baranoski

Louise Baranoski
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Tippi Hedren - my first attempt at age regression work in photoshop.

Tippi Hedren - my first attempt at age regression work in photoshop.

Bettie Page posing in Miami wearing her own designed and hand sewn bikini, b&w photo taken by Bunny Yeager, colorized by Louise Baranoski.

Bettie Page posing in Miami wearing her own designed and hand sewn bikini, b&w photo taken by Bunny Yeager, colorized by Louise Baranoski.

Kim Novak and James Stewart in a black & white publicity still for the 1958 Hitchcock movie Vertigo - colorized by Louise Baranoski.

"Vertigo" Kim Novak, James Stewart one is a wanderer two together are always going somewhere.

Elizabeth Short aka The Black Dahlia, murdered Jan 1947.  Before and after colorization by Louise Baranoski.

Elizabeth Short aka The Black Dahlia, murdered Jan Before and after colorization by Louise Baranoski.

Bettie Page posing on a Miami beach, b&w photo taken by Bunny Yeager, colorized by Louise Baranoski.

Bettie Page posing on a Miami beach, b&w photo taken by Bunny Yeager, colorized by Louise Baranoski.

The Cocoanut Grove nightclub in Boston, taken after the fire that killed 492 people on the night of November 28, 1942.  Black & white photo from The Boston Public Library flickr site, colorized by Louise Baranoski.

A list of history's top 15 worst nightclub fires, from the recent Kiss club tragedy in Brazil to the Cocoanut Grove fire in Boston,

The 3 Stooges in a b&w publicity still.  Used an identical poster up for auction as my color reference, colorized by Louise Baranoski.

The 3 Stooges in a b&w publicity still. Used an identical poster up for auction as my color reference, colorized by Louise Baranoski.

Ava Gardner b&w photo, before and after restoration and colorization by Louise Baranoski.

Ava Gardner b&w photo, before and after restoration and colorization by Louise Baranoski.

Yvette Vickers b&w photo, colorized by Louise Baranoski for writer John O'Dowd.

Yvette Vickers b&w photo, colorized by Louise Baranoski for writer John O'Dowd.