Composite Landscapes are a series of digitally made photographs using appropriated imagery. The base layer from each image is a famous landscape photograph by varying artists such as Ansel Adams and Emile Gos. The location of the original photograph is then google image searched and the resulting images are then combined. The concept behind this series is to bring together the mass production of photography that comes with the digital age, and the more traditional methods used prior to recent technology. With the base image being the only non-digital photograph, it highlights how accessible the medium has become to the general public over time. It also shows how the combination of both old and new come together to create something beautiful, with one not existing without the other.