Olga is fond of turning old black and white photos into colorized ones. She is especially fond of World War 2 thematics. Her main job is an interpreter but at her free time she does this as a hobby. However she pays a lot of attention to detail to find the colors that would match the real life natural colors. And here is some of her works, storing with a “Night Witches” squad – female-only Soviet air force squadron.
Soviet soldiers during the Staliningrad battle.
Russian soldiers receive presents from Mongolian delegation in 1942.
T-34 tank crosses Handasa-Gava river in South Sakhalin island. 1945.
Teveleva square in Kharkov city. 1943.
Sevastopol, Crimea, 1944.
Soviet hero, captain Nikolai Lunin, 1942.
Pilots on the briefing near Leningrad in 1944.
Woman air force commander and her pilot also a female. 1943.
Soviet soldiers track movements of the Nazi army in Crimea in 1941.
Artillery covered by smoke wall. 1942.
Soviet tankist Alexandra Boyko.
Red Army in the Staliningrad.
Pilots of 102nd fighter squadron 1943.
Soviet anti-tank artillerists. Look like they are watching something on a smartphone isn’t it?
Central school for female sniper training, 1943.
Victory day in Moscow.
Hope you liked those!