Colorized photos of Greek aircraft WW2 and interwar

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  1. NeuralDream

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    #1 NeuralDream, Jun 6, 2011
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    I hope you like them. I have been colorizing Greek military equipment for about two years now. If you are interested in the rest of the colorizations: A history of military equipment of Modern Greece (1821 - today)

    PZL P.24, photographed by the Germans after they overran Greece.
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    PZL P.24, 1940, around the time of the Italian invasion
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    Potez Po.25, interwar or early ww2
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    Gloster Mars, interwar
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    Breguet 14, Asia Minor Campaign
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    Avro 504N trainer, interwar
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    Blackburn Velos, interwar
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    Hawker Horsley MkII, interwar or early WW2
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    Potez 633, Early ww2
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    MS.230 trainer, interwar
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    Do.22 Kg, early ww2 and 1938.
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    Helldiver, Civil war (1948 )
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    Bloch MB.151 (1940)
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    Feedback is more than welcome.
     
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    Good stuff !
     
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    Good shots!
     
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    These are nice, i think i saw some others of you on another site, would you care to explain briefly what software are you using ?
     
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    Looking good. Nice stuff here.
     
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    nicely done sir!
     
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    Sure, this explains all the steps that I usually take: Hellenic Air Force Photos Colorisations

    I use neat to remove noise, Photoshop or GimP for various modifications and recolored to apply the actual colours.

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    Great stuff.
     
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    Thanks so much for the info, Recolored is indeed an amazing software, i tried to color previously with Photoshop but this one is just magical ! :)

    Here's my first attempt, and i didn't even bother much with the details

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    Very good job for a first one.
     
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    Great job on the colorization ND!
     
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