This is a series of photos I took of Lindsey at Cotton Hollow Nature Preserve. This project is the cross between portrait and landscape. Generally landscapes are photographed with a large depth of field leaving everything in focus, and generally portraits are shot with a shallow depth of field with the focus only on the face. With the photo expansion technique and the help of a wide aperture such as 1.8 I was able to capture a person within a landscape while still holding the shallow dof of a portrait.
At the end of the day I feel this series hovers towards the portrait end of the scale.