Thursday, June 4, 2015

Then and Now: Combining Amazing Historical Photographs of Berlin during WWII and Today

Many structures and buildings have been rebuilt after World War II, but the history will always remain in photos. Sergey Larenkov is a photographer who was affected by World War II. He researched archive footage, produced during the siege of 1941-1944, recreated exact camera location and angle, made corresponding photos of the modern city, and then combined old and modern photos in one.


















































2 comments:

  1. Sebastian MelmothJune 4, 2015 at 7:00 PM

    1910? Either the photos are fake or misdated by ten to twenty years.

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  2. Not fake. Early color photography goes back to the 1800's, and there are some amazingly true color images from the early 20th century. Autochrome Lumière, the process used in the photos above was first made available in 1907.

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