Casual ICM photography

Seagull, f/20, 1 s, Iso 100, at 70mm

Unplanned, short blog post after a beautiful morning with my son at the Marin Headlands in Sausalito. The Rodeo Beach was magnificent and I played ICM photography for a few hours while we walked. My son is sure my favorite company for travels and leisurely walks.

Intentional camera movement (or ICM) is a photographic technique where you move the camera as the image is taken. I handheld my Nikon Z50, and used Lee filters to slow down the shutter speed. I moved the camera slightly sideways while pressing the shutter.

Published by Alessandra Chaves

I am an entomologist by trade living in California, USA. I grew up in the awesome city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Photography is my hobby.

4 thoughts on “Casual ICM photography

  1. Love the blur. Part of the wonder of ICM is that it’s so wonderfully unpredictable! Isn’t it great to have your son along as well.

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