Take a Trip Back in Time Via Colorized Footage From a Day in 1920s Paris
13 days ago - By Peta Pixel
Travel back in time to Paris during the roaring '20s featuring flappers, bobbed hair, and cloche hats in this short 2-minute archival video colorized by Glamourdaze. The video was created using artificial intelligence to restore the footage and add color.
This short clip is an edit from a series of travelogues by early filmmaker Burton Holmes, who himself coined the term “travelogue.” According to Glamourdaze, Holmes gave lectures and included slides and motion pictures of his trips, with this being one such example. The original footage can be viewed in its original state below.
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