Last summer, when I photographed the classic cars in Lexington, Kentucky, I thought about using one of them behind the hood of a 1938 Packard. I got down low and shot upward on the car with a 24mm wide-angle. And using the cut-and-paste technique with the pen tool in Photosop, I placed the abstracted foliage in the background. I think the results look pretty cool - it's as if I had mounted a camera on the car and drove down the street using a long shutter speed.
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