Brandon Hegedus is a buddy of mine who built the 1929 Ford Model A sedan custom speedster powered by a 1986 Mazda 13B rotary engine pictured with this post.
We've known each other for a few years, and I've had the honour of photographing and writing two stories about his builds for Canadian Hot Rods magazine, including this one. When I saw Jaynes' post, Hegedus came to mind immediately, so I messaged him, and we met up just north of Calgary, in Balzac, a couple weeks later.
I'm not sure how Jaynes' mounted his camera, but I mounted my Canon 7D with a 10-22mm lens and a polarizer to the car's sub-frame with a Manfrotto super clamp and a ball head after we removed the hood. The camera was triggered by some Cactus brand triggers as I drove ahead in another car. The shutter speed was slowed to 1/30th of a second to allow the background to blur. I might try a slightly faster shutter speed and faster vehicle movement next time, but I was happy with this result.
If you see any other images you'd like to replicate, I'm open to ideas.
The project, Children of Pioneers, is a film documenting the experiences of people raised in the Big Muddy Badlands area of Saskatchewan during the pioneer era. Film subjects Archie Shaver, Florence Galbraith, Vi Kessler and Jim Lamoreux were born or raised in the Big Muddy. They are incredibly humble people who made a life by living off the land - ranching and farming in a place they love. With this short film, I intend to tell their unique stories of living and loving in the Big Muddy.
More information is on the campaign page here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/children-of-pioneers/x/16972269#/
Thanks for checking this out!