Moving the camera for Intentional Camera Movement images

Debbie’s Trying Something New – ICM

I went to my archives for this photo challenge and found some interesting shots and some that are, well, best described as what were you thinking!
Of course the folder is called Arty Ones.
This was a lot of fun that I started doing a while ago and I keep doing ICM. I find the night time shots can be interesting as there isn’t any references to say this is a shot of….. I have told of the subject on each image for those who need details.

Here is a selection of my Intentional Camera Movement images.

A tree with diagonal movement. This one is from 201520200319_blog_challenge_icm_diagonal
Horizontal movement – you may recognise my besties old bird bath. Taken in 201620200319_blog_challenge_icm_horizontal_green
Taken from a high rise in Sydney in 2010. Cars on a freeway from memory20200319_blog_challenge_icm_lights_neon_lines
another from a Sydney high rise of neon lights in 201820200319_blog_challenge_icm_lights_neon
A moving view of Cockle Bay again from a Sydney high rise in 2010ย  The lights look like birds20200319_blog_challenge_icm_lights_neon_birds
I did a series of a Magpie Lark or commonly called a Pee Wee on the lawn in 201220200319_blog_challenge_icm_pee wee

25 thoughts on “Moving the camera for Intentional Camera Movement images

    1. There is a bit of difference with blurred. I went through that folder and yes a few blurs are in there. They can be used for backgrounds but I don’t save them all. Have a go at moving the camera, it’s fun Sheree ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. I just downloaded a “slow shooter/long exposure app. It isn’t great but I tried it on a running water tap – interesting effects. Maybe a future challenge for Friendly Friday?

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