Free-lensing A.K.A The Poor mans tilt shift, is a technique used to make images with the camera lens disconnected from the body. In essence you are floating the lens in front of the sensor manually adjusting the focal plane. With a litte practice you can get some crazy depth in your images. The tilting of the focal plane gives you this cool dream like bokeh. I decided to test this out in the field. The idea of freeing up the lens from the body fascinated me, I went out in the wild were things are also free from everyday human constraints and hoped this would resonate in the images I captured. Hope you enjoy.