What happens when you take a photo, rip away its color and fill in the chromatic gaps with paint (or Photoshop)? You can create vintage-style, hand-colored photos. And sometimes you can barely even tell the new coloring isn't real.
Before the advent of color photography, it was common for black and white photos to be retouched with paints. The "hand-coloring" technique was used with frequency until around 1940. And for this week's Shooting Challenge, you'll dust it off.