A German photographer tells the story of how his graphic display tool brought color to the lives of child laborers from a century ago.
The phrase graphic display likely brings to mind things like anime, manga, and concept art. But did you know it could also be used for other fantastic projects, like photo editing? Here, we’d like to tell you the story of how XP-Pen 22HD brought more life to black and white photos and brought them into a more colorful world.
Dominique Große, a photographer living in Germany, started a project called “The Color of Children” in 2017, with the aim of colorizing black-and-white photos shot by sociologist Lewis W. Hine between 1908-1924.