Sitting at my desk now, before me on the wall is a large poster of the new 991 generation Porsche 911 Carerra. I found the poster in with an edition of the Wall Street Journal. To my left on the wall is a custom photo of a Cayman S made by Porsche specifically for me from a Facebook promotion they had last year. In the photograph above, is the current apex Porsche, the Porsche 911 GT2 RS. I made this photograph in Vinoy Park where the Porsche was one of several others waiting to be part of a car show the next day.
The problem with photographing cars at car shows is that it is very hard to get a clean shot. Choosing the angle I did insured no other cars appeared in the shot. The background bokeh of trees and condos was busy. In my post processing of the image in Photoshop, the final step I took was removing the GT2 RS itself from the frame and placing it upon an empty background. I then created a new layer and inserted it behind the Porsche layer. I painted this layer white thus removing the background distraction resulting in a clean image.
In the above comparison you can see how removing the background (also in the windows too) puts the focus on the GT2 RS. Also notice the optical illusion created by using a white background. Doesn't the color image make the Porsche look much bigger in the frame? However, they are the exact same size.