colorization

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A process by which color is digitally applied to black-and-white images.

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  • noun An electronic process that adds color to black and white movies.

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Examples

  • You will yearn to talk to someone else, to verify details, to plug holes, to correct specifics – but be wary, because memory by nature is subjective, and all the colorization is yours alone, not subject to any approving authority.

    memory

  • The closest any of the talent guilds have come to getting into aesthetics is over editorial and "colorization" issues of existing properties.

    Like Jeffrey K. Cares

  • And you can sit around and wait, but you're never going to see 59 years of devotion and a love that changes its colorization and its meaning over that 59-year period of time, but always remains unconditional.

    Dear John, Dear Abigail: A Love Story Through Letters

  • And you can sit around and wait, but you're never going to see 59 years of devotion and a love that changes its colorization and its meaning over that 59-year period of time, but always remains unconditional.

    Dear John, Dear Abigail: A Love Story Through Letters

  • Martin Scorsese a champion of film preservation, who also fought colorization is interviewed extensively for Cameraman.

    John Farr: Is "High-Def" Technology Ruining the Look of Classic Films?

  • And you can sit around and wait, but you're never going to see 59 years of devotion and a love that changes its colorization and its meaning over that 59-year period of time, but always remains unconditional.

    Dear John, Dear Abigail: A Love Story Through Letters

  • And you can sit around and wait, but you're never going to see 59 years of devotion and a love that changes its colorization and its meaning over that 59-year period of time, but always remains unconditional.

    Dear John, Dear Abigail: A Love Story Through Letters

  • And you can sit around and wait, but you're never going to see 59 years of devotion and a love that changes its colorization and its meaning over that 59-year period of time, but always remains unconditional.

    Dear John, Dear Abigail: A Love Story Through Letters

  • I think we are about go through a period of Hollywood 3D'ing every successful past project they can which is interesting because it could go the way of colorization and be a complete failure or it could be a success and give studios a good reason to re-release films to the big screen, which would be good news for those of us who actually enjoy the theater experience.

    Warner Bros. Testing 3D-Converted 300 Footage for Re-release; Prequel Still in the Works | /Film

  • And you can sit around and wait, but you're never going to see 59 years of devotion and a love that changes its colorization and its meaning over that 59-year period of time, but always remains unconditional.

    Dear John, Dear Abigail: A Love Story Through Letters

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