Captivating Photo Colorization with a Nostalgic Feel
Image Source: Library Of Congress. Colorized by Lennie Liverwurst.
A Fascinating Journey
Back in Time
Dive into the atmosphere of bygone days with the intuitive tools of CODIJY Colorizer Pro!
Image courtesy ILC. Colorized by Lennie Liverwurst.
Turn black and white photos into vibrant masterpieces with simple strokes. Realistic, neat results are guaranteed!
Unknown Australian Soldier. Courtesy Australian War Museum.
1890’s – Two girls arriving home in Bennington Vermont. Colorized by Tim Wager.
Carmen Miranda in publicity photo for Greenwich Village (1944) Colorized by Phil Johnson.
Perfection Down to the
Add colors to large and small elements with pixel-level precision.
Photos: Children’s orchestra, The May Company, Southern California, 1931
The Dowleys, National Library of Ireland collection
1920 – The Ballroom, Witley Court, Worcestershire .
Colorized by Phil Johnson.
Tell the story in your
Colorize photos with ultimate realism by applying
the color and gradient strokes.
Abraham Lincoln, 1865.. Photographer: Alexander Gardner.
100 Themed Color
Instantly select the best matching hues and gradients for people, landscapes and more.
Copy natural colors and transitions from sample color images
on the fly.
Beach bonnet contest, Long Beach, 1953. Courtesy USC Archive.
Tools & Features
100 Color Libraries
Include advanced palettes for portraits, clothing, seasonal landscapes.
Create custom palettes. Fill them with your own colors and gradients.
Color Libraries include thematic gradient templates.
Save the History of Document colors as a New Library.
Set the program to generate color preview in real time.
Capture individual colors from the similar looking color examples.
Recreate natural transitions using natural gradients.
Masks will adjust their size to the original size of the image.
Experience the magic of Colorizer Pro in just one minute! Explore its features with step-by-step guides, video tutorials, and workshops for 15 days risk-free!
From 30 minutes to several hours. However, these hours fly by very quickly, and the inspiring results make up for the time invested many times over!
Color strokes are the most intuitive way to reproduce the natural tones of a photographic subject, making it easy to add striking realism and drama to your work.
One or two photos from our beginning lessons will give you an idea of the colorization process and allow you to learn key features as well as practice applying strokes. We’re sure this will be an exciting and joyful adventure!