After Stuart’s death, John and George used to come and see me in my home. It was actually John’s suggestion. John said, “Can I see where he used to paint?” I said, “Of course, you can.” In that moment, I had to take a picture of them and I just grabbed this old chair and put it there. John was just full of emotion being in the same room where his friend was just painting that he nearly burst out in tears. And George was a bit worried, so I just said to George, “Stand behind him.” You could see how quickly George understood what it was all about: death and being alive. He’d only just turned eighteen and when you look at the picture and see his eyes, they’re so full of protection for John. - Astrid Kirchherr
Beatles “A Hard Day’s Night” now in… COLOR! Full colourization of the clip “And I Love Her”. (от langust12)
IMAGINE IF THE WHOLE MOVIE WAS LIKE THIS
omg we want more. PLEASE ^o^
Okay I don’t get why everyone is getting so excited about this, because this is frankly awful. Putting aside the fact that video colorizations, even the best ones, are the work of the devil, this isn’t even a good colorization. The colors just disappear during the crossfades and reappear abruptly afterwards. And “full colorization” my ass - hardly anything is colored in! Just the faces, the instruments, and bits of the background and maybe a few props. A lot of things are left untouched and gray like - hello - the hair! And the colorization that there is is extremely sloppy. They just threw patches of orange onto the faces! Even the whites of their eyes and their teeth and tongues are orange. John’s reflection is more brightly colored than his actual face. In some cases, there’s even a line of gray between the uncolored hair and the orange of the face. Sorry for getting up on my soapbox, but I hate colorizations. If this was a decent one I probably wouldn’t have said anything, but it’s the most awful colorization I’ve ever seen. Come on, do better, Beatles fandom. Do you really want more of this?
(If you must have, though, the same person did a - possibly worse - colorization of “Tell Me Why.” The worst bit is maybe the beginning when they show the audience and maybe 4 or 5 people’s shirts are colored in and the rest are left completely in grayscale.)