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Tinted Love

Barry Sandrew has gone from imaging work at Mass. General to setting out to prove that film colorization has come of age

Barry Sandrew says digital colorization can now produce 'images with colors and resolutions never before possible.'
Barry Sandrew says digital colorization can now produce "images with colors and resolutions never before possible." (JC Matsuura for The Boston Globe / Digital Illustration) JC Matsuura for The Boston Globe / Digital Illustration
By Nick Thomas
Globe Correspondent / June 24, 2006

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The controversy over colorizing black-and-white films may have faded, but back in the 1980s it became a conflict worthy of a Hollywood epic. (Full article: 1340 words)

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