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Behold these rare color photographs from early 20th century Paris

Most of these photographs of Paris probably seem like they're paintings or even highly photoshopped images. However, they're not at all. They're actually real photos that were shot in the early 20th century using Autochrome Lumière technology.

Behold these rare color photographs from early 20th century Paris

Most of these photographs of Paris probably seem like they're paintings or even highly photoshopped images. However, they're not at all. They're actually real photos that were shot in the early 20th century using Autochrome Lumière technology. This technology was created in 1903 by the Lumière Brothers, who are were also apparently the earliest filmmakers in history. Pretty cool, right?

More of the photos can be found HERE

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