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Colorize, updated 08.08.2021

Colorizing old black and white pictures became a bit of a relaxing hobby in recent times. Here are some results. I use an ipad Pro with Affinity Photo and the Apple pencil to do the task.

Marga von Etzdorf with Hugo Junkers and a model of the Junkers A50 Junior which Marga von Etzdorf flew from Berlin to Tokio in 1931. Marga von Etzdorf was the first female pilot employed by Lufthansa.
Picture courtesy of Hugo Junkers Werke GmbH
Junghans Terrassenbau Taschenuhrmontage, 1920er
Picture courtesey of Junghans Uhrenfabrik Junghans GmbH & Co.KG

Junghans Grossuhrmontage, 1920er
Picture courtesey of Junghans Uhrenfabrik Junghans GmbH & Co.KG

Walter Mittelholzer mit Flugpassagieren vor einer Junkers F 13 der Ad Astra Aero AG in Dübendorf
V.l.n.r.: unbekannt, Rudolf Streuli, W. K. Mocesson?, R. Maurer, W. K. Streuli und Walter Mittelholzer
Ken Wallis testing a version of his WA.116 gyroplane during the early 1960s for the British military.

Pitcairn PA-18 Autogiro, Jean Harlow & Tito Falconi, Southern California, 1933. Photo by Wayne "Dick" Whittington.

An acrobat (possibly Marilyn Rich) dangles from a hovering Bell 47B helicopter (r/n NC102B) during a demonstration at the the National Air Races, Cleveland, Ohio.

Junkers Flugzeugwerke AG, ca. 1919, Folks standing on a F13 wing.

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