How Intentional Camera Movement Can Create Unique and Stunning Photos
Intentional camera movement is taking a photograph with a longer shutter speed and purposefully moving the camera during exposure. Most photographers swear by using a tripod for this technique, but I’m here to show you that you can do it handheld just as easily.
Intentional camera movement is the process of moving the camera during an exposure in order to purposefully produce image blur for creative purposes. It’s different than camera shake blur, which is the unintentional blurring of a photograph due to incorrect camera settings, low light, or due to the camera not being kept still enough.
ICM is done with a longer shutter speed in order to achieve these blurred results, and photographers commonly use tripods to steady the camera during exposure, often with a three-way tripod…
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