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Some of The Oldest Color Photos Showing That How World Looked Like 100 Years Ago

Old pictures don’t have to be black and white because in the early 20th century, colored photography did arrive. I am sure that not everyone had the access to a camera, but still there must have been people who earned money by creating colorful pictures.

People needed to go to a professional colorist to fill in dyes and pigments in the photographs. Here is a collection of photos created by two French brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière. They used dyed grains of potato starch and light-sensitive emulsion to create magnificent effects on photographs that you wouldn’t believe it to be true. Have a look:

1. This is a picture of 1913, of a girl named Christina.

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2. A picture shot of a flower street vendor in the beautiful Paris in year 1914.

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3. Shot in 1911, the picture shows two lovely girls tying roses.

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4. This picture is taken near a hillside in the year 1925 of two children named, Heinz and Eva.

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5. Bet Paris was different in 1914, eh? These buildings are no longer there.

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6. A gorgeous woman making a pose in year 1909.

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7. This is a picture called Musing, of Mrs. A. Van Besten from year 1910.

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8. This is the Eiffel Tower shot in year 1914.

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9. A picture shot of a little girl in Reims, France in year 1917.

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10. Shot in 1915, this picture is named The Grenata Street Army.

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