Do you have any idea how many times I had to look from picture to picture before I saw IT (or them?)!? I saw several changes due to brightness and contrast alterations quickly. But criminy.
While you were at it, any thought about matching the front and rear spokes? Would be curious to know the app or program you used. Nice job, and you didn't even need to air-brush the passengers!
Marv, I use Pixlr Editor, which you can find at this web address:
It's a little less sophisticated than Photoshop, but because it's online and free, I use it all the time.
My rear wheels don't match the fronts because they're new and Noah Stutzman did such a beautiful job, I didn't have the heart to hide the natural wood grain beneath a coat of black paint. -I'm planning to get at least one of the front wheels done this winter.
I do "airbrush" my passengers with Pixlr to get rid of unflattering shadows and correct back-lit silhouetted subjects. -Sometimes, the sun is just in the wrong place and when that happens, a little digital retouching works wonders.
Bob - I can still see the white parking space line reflected in the doors. (Looks great though!)
Good catch, Dave. -Sometimes I get so close to the forest, I can't see the trees. -That's easily fixed.
I played around years ago with a photo of Anja and me after a parade where we had decorated the T as a Coolidge campaign car.
Bob - That is still amazing!
Dick - Would your photo be considered 'Fake News'???
Marv, either that or Time Travel....
Ah, those were the days for catchy political slogans! Pretty smart having your campaign headquarters in ice cream parlors!
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I saw the missing Guard Rail before I saw the white lines does that make me weird?
Mark, as you know, Coolidge - a New Englander - was noted for being a man of few words. A friend of mine once quoted one of his State of the Union addresses as, "Ayup. Looks all right to me."
Hey, G.R. - Anything 'weird' is only in the eyes of the 'perceiver'.. I missed the parking stall lines before I noticed the guardrail. Thought the 'reflection' on the car's side was just that - a reflection! - (Guess what - IT WAS!)
Nice job by 'youse guys!!