For nearly 50 years as a news and documentary photographer I have taken photographs, mostly black and white. I saw faces. I saw interaction. I felt the emotion. But, though there was color, I never reacted to it. Now, those black and white photographs, or color photographs that have been desaturated, are triggering memories. And when color is placed upon them, like silk screening, in a number of different ways, on a digital printer, fantasy about the subjects emerges. I was introduced to adding color to black and white photographs during a job in a photo studio. Seated in the workroom was a lady at a large easel, adding oil colors to portraits to create ersatz paintings for graduating seniors. It was a skill I tried to emulate. I bought the oils and the pencils but I could never keep the colors properly within the lines. Now, I don’t need to.