Continuing on the tour at The Blackhawk Museum, in addition to the main event there, which are the classic cars, there was a cool mini-museum of jukeboxes. Here they showed what might be a corner of a diner in the 1950’s; and although I was just a baby in the 50’s, it reminded me of the TV show “Happy Days” with Ron Howard. I loved that show! I think almost every kid in America used to watch that show “back in the day”.
In this image I used many techniques all in photoshop to achieve this look. The main one I played with was tilt-shift and also double exposure. The wall above the booths looked so plain, so it came to me that I could create a double exposure to fill the gap and make the image more interesting.