The tall person took this picture of a man who sells flowers in our neighborhood in Tbilisi in the Republic of Georgia. He said that it looks as if it has been hand colored. He told me that the first hand-colored photographs are attributed to Swiss painter and printmaker Johann Baptist Isenring who used a mixture of gum arabic and pigments to color daguerreotypes soon after their invention in 1839.
Wow, 1839! That man has been sitting there a long time!