Intentional Camera Movement

Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) photography is an abstract style of photography that has no rules – it all comes down to moving your camera over a long exposure. This type of photography could be compared to an expressionist paining; instead of taking pictures with my camera I like to think I’m painting with it. All of that sounds very grand but of course these types of images are not everyone’s cup of tea. You’ll love them or hate them!


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All images are available to buy as Giclée* prints in various sizes and are mounted on Premium Ivory or Ice White mount board with bevelled edge aperture. Please visit the Prints & Cards Sales Link above to order cards and prints. If you see an image on this site that you like and it not available in the Shop or you would like the image larger than A3, or even framed, then please use the Contact Link to request a price.

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Thank you for looking.

Paul

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