A long ago family dog. I was playing with colorization of a few old black and whites. The dog was the easy part.
Against the surrounding color, the screen in the door looked strange left in black and white. A warm blue filter--about 25% opacity--did the trick. No color was added to the dog, but I played with lighting effects to make him pop a bit more.
My dad had a nice 35mm SLR before my parents had any children, and everything of his that I've seen is in color, so I doubt that he took this shot. In the early days, he favored slides: IIRC, Kodachrome 64 and, sometimes, 200. They've been stored in the dark and are pristine decades after they were taken.
The original of the dog is below the fold. Besides being a b&w print, it looks like the deck was pitching, which is another hint that my father didn't take the shot. Might have been my grandfather; his vision was fine, but he was still a Mr. Magoo.