This image is made up from three separate images composited together; the house, the car and the reflection of the bike in the car door.
A composit can show your main image in a different context, a different light and give it a different personality. For example, I took the photograph of the car in a busy carpark and that of the bike some 40 miles away in a caraven site and put them together with the image of Nostell Priory in West Yorkshire.
With the power of compositing you can make the picture show what you want to see.
To make these images work together, we needed to cut out the image, apply corrective edits to the car, adjust perspective, remove visible background through the windows and bring it all together in global adjustments.