ICM stands for Intentional Camera Movement. It implies moving the camera during a long exposure. The photographer may shake, sweep, zoom, swing or rotate the camera body or do a combination of movements to achieve motion blur and an artistic effect. There is no clearly defined technique. Some photographers use a tripod and/or a flash, some do it hand-held. It's totally up to you... I love ICM because it's a journey into the unknown - beyond any boundaries...you never know what the result is going to be and the learning curve never stops.
These photos were taken during a special ICM Workshop in November 2015. Sometimes when during a workshop or a photo travel things don’t work out as well as I would have wished them to I let my pics rest for a while on the hard disc so that emotions can evaporate…These pics have been sitting untouched on my hard disk for more than 8 years...so much for that... READ MORE
This is a collection of ICM Photos of the Dalmatian Pelicans from all my 8 visits to Kerkini. It was SEAN WEEKLYon my first photo travel to Kerkini who encouraged me to do panning. With UWE HASUBEKwho is always trying out new creative approaches I started using flash in combination with ICM. The learning process never comes to a halt and that's what I really like about it. Never stop learning, never stop exploring...
Hand-held ICM photos from a trip to Venice in February 2015 and very few pics from a second trip in December plus the story why you should always carry your photo equipment yourself and how I made friends with the Venetian fire brigade 😂 … READ MORE
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