The Girl On the Train #3

© Adam T. Cowart

The Girl On the Train #3

Uploaded: November 21, 2003


She's been here before, but the more I experiment w/ PS...the better she gets...I think.


Colleen Braun November 21, 2003

it would be better if you posted the original so we can see your progress, this one is good but I can't remember what the other one looked like... #76208

Adam T. Cowart November 21, 2003

Good thinkin' Colleen. Thanks! #276473

Cathy Barrows November 21, 2003

very cool shot #276480

Colleen Braun November 21, 2003

I am going for number three, just kinda catches my eye and gives it an old time feeling,the first one is also nice, the model has a look of wonder on her, thanks for posting them all Adam... #276488

Adam T. Cowart November 21, 2003

Cool! Thanks again Colleen...and thanks to you Cathy! #276492

Kathleen Clemons November 21, 2003

Number 3 gets my vote too, Adam. :) #276560

Adam T. Cowart November 21, 2003

Thanks Kathleen! #276624

Terry R. Hatfield November 21, 2003

Hi Adam I Like #3 also But We Lost Color In Her Shirt!!Nice Image! #276699

Adam T. Cowart November 21, 2003

Hi Terry...thanks. I experimented w/ bringing more of the red back and it seemed too bright for the surrounding color, so I backed it off...still leaving a fair amount of contrast. It makes me think of an old picture w/ just a touch of new. Anyway....thanks again. #276816

Ian Jones November 22, 2003

Yup Adam, the pic posted is the best of three but you had a good starting point. A good idea well executed! #277168

Adam T. Cowart November 22, 2003

Thanks Ian!! #277261

Shirley L. Carpenter November 22, 2003

All are great but I think I like #3 best also......Great work!!! #277305

Adam T. Cowart November 23, 2003

Thanks Shirley!! #278572

Terry R. Hatfield December 19, 2003

Congrats On The Finalist Adam!! What Do I Know LOL!! #299325

Adam T. Cowart December 19, 2003

I bet you know quite a bit Terry! Thanks again. #300041

bob cornelison May 26, 2004

This shot (#3) really is the best. I would have toned down the red like you did too just to give it a hint of color. Great job! #561474

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