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November 2011 - Intentional camera movement during the exposure

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    Hi members,

    The level 2 assignment this month is Intentional camera movement during the exposure.

    Here are a few links to help you get started if you've never payed with this before - Flickr: ICM - Intentional Camera Movement - 12.000+ great submissions!

    IMO, Michael Orton is one of the Masters of this technique. I recorded an intentional camera movement podcast with him last month. Feel free to take a listen.

    OK then, who will post first?
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    What a great follow up to an inspirational podcast!!! I went out a few days ago and this was the best one out of the batch. I still have a lot to learn
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    Good first start Scorp! - This technique is difficult to master and Michael has been playing with it for a long, long time.

    I was lucky enough to meet him last month and he showed me over 100 recent RAW images that are still unpublished. Frame after frame was FAB! I was COMPLETELY blown away and I've been in photography a long time...it's SERIOUSLY hard to blow me way, it almost never happens actually.

    I too have been playing a bit with this technique and i think I have a few decent ones that i will post this month.
    I think I'm one of Michael's biggest fans on planet earth; I just love his creative approach, his humility and willingness to share. He is certainly one of my top 5 favorite modern photographers. His contribution to photography in general is under-rated and under appreciated. More people deserve to know about his work. He SHOULD be world famous and I hope one day he will be. whoa - that went off topic a bit. woops. okay then who will post next?
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    Attempt #2
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    I like this one as well Scorp!
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    Thanks Marko..I was REALLY inspired by the last podcast. TONS of appreciation to you and Michael Orton for taking time and sharing the technique on the last podcast.

    I'll be shooting using this technique again today *LOL*.. I just love the simplicity..No tripod and the randomness of each image. It brings me back to the film days when there was the element of surprise.
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    This is my first attempt. I set the speed at 1/15, autofocus, pointed at the trees in my backyard and pressed and rotated at the same time. I really like the small axis of the twist almost in focus.

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    Very cool results so far... I can't wait to give this a try.
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    Yup good play AT.
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    Scorp, your second shot is pretty awesome!!! It has a water color or pastel chalk painting feel.

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