This pretty car is a 1937 Ford.

When you are photographing cars at a car show, sometimes the circumstances are not always ideal. In this case, there was an orange 1970’s model car sitting right beside it. I decided to go back on a different day, and reshoot the picture. I was careful to try to take it again from the exact same spot where I previously had shot the first photo. Then I worked a little Photoshop magic and removed the Ford from the first photo and placed it into the new photo and it looked great.

This photo was quite a challenge to create, but this is one now one of my top favorite car photos.

This 1953 Buick Special I discovered parked in downtown Kearney during Cruise Nite weekend. I liked this Buick because the tooth-like grill is so distinct. I experimented a little bit in Photoshop because I wanted the background to look more like there was movement behind the car. I thought it turned out to be a fun photo.

Both of these prints are currently on display at the Classic Car Collection museum in Kearney, Nebraska.

Photographs by Andrea Kelley


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Andrea Kelley

Andrea is a fine art photographer who specialized in taking pictures of classic cars and rural Nebraska landscapes. To see more of her photography visit Pictures Of Nebraska. She also is the founder of a video website called Slideshows For Homes. Andrea helps people create real estate videos to assist them with selling their homes.