Rare unseen Telegraph Hill San Francisco 1940s in color [60fps, Remastered] w/added sound
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NASS on YouTube has an incredible video of San Francisco in the 1940s and in the area of Telegraph Hill near Coit Tower, and including parts of North Beach, then it closes in Fisherman’s Wharf.
By the way, NASS on YouTube says:
Hello, i am NASS ,i love restore and upscale old videos with neural networks, enhance with modern software tools. stabilisation, speed correction, contrast, sharpness enhancement, noise removal, dust and scratches removal, add color with A.I and sound for the ambiance
A Very Not-Diverse San Francisco Shown In The 1940s Video
What is striking about the NASS video is the incredible lack of diversity present in that area of San Francisco. Also, note that everyone, everywhere, is formally dressed in dresses and suits and ties. A look at that San Francisco place today would reveal a different population and far more relaxed clothing:
Wonderful Trip to San Francisco 1940s we can clearly see what is happening in broad daylight,
Video Restoration Process:
✔ FPS boosted to 60 frames per second
✔ Image resolution boosted up to HD
✔ Improved video sharpness and brightness
✔ Colorized only for the ambiance (not historically accurate)
✔added sound only for the ambiance
Please, be aware that colorization colors are not real and fake, colorization was made only for the ambiance and do not represent real historical data.
Thanks to A/V Geeks , Jeff Kaplan for share the amazing B&W Video Source
B&W Video Source from: A/V Geeks on archive.org
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