Titanic First Class Stateroom


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Brian R Peterson

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Hi All!

Here is my concept of what I believe to be Titanic cabin B57 in color.

Best Regards,

Brian
 
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Brian R Peterson

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Hi George

When I first posted this message I accidentally posted it twice, so I deleted one of them and I guess it took both with it, I will re-post the picture.

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Best Regards,

Brian
 
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Brian R Peterson

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Hi Mary!

Thank you for the compliment!
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Yes I am proud to say it is a creation of mine, it took me several hours to to bring life to such a luxurious cabin. I'm glad you enjoy it
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Best Regards,

Brian
 
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Brian R Peterson

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Hi All!

Thanks you all for your kind words!
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I am glad to see you are enjoying the photo as much as I did making it. I think I will do some more cabins since this one got such rave review, be sure to see my Britannic interiors under the Britannic tab as well.
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But Mary, you know the magician never tells his secrets...
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Best Regards,

Brian
 
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Brian,

Excellent work! I assume you followed the colors that your great grandfather described? Nice to see color added to these beautiful b&w images.

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Brian,

Excellent work! I assume you followed the colors that your great grandfather described? Nice to see color added to these beautiful b&w images.

Daniel.
 
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Brian R Peterson

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Hi Nigel!

Thanks for the compliment on the photo!

And to answer your question, yes my great grandfather of 98 travelled First Class on the Olympic in 1933.

To answer Dan K's question, I based my photo somewhat on his description of his cabin, which was similar if not identical to the one shown, and the rest I based on gray scale color matching I use when working with converting color to gray and gray to color, this seemed to be the best matching layout based on my method.

Best Regards,

Brian
 

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