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Intentional Camera Movement Photography, Part 3: Approach, Subjects, Inspiration

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Welcome to Part 3 of our journey into the world of Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) photography. In this final chapter of the 3-part series of articles, we voyage back into the mental aspects of creating ICM art, as well as take in some tips for some of the more common ICM subjects and finish with inspirational words from some of the masters of the craft.

Above image © Morag Paterson 

Approach 

Because ICM eschews many of the lessons we have tried so hard to learn in photography over the years, the approach and process are very different to almost every other type of image capture. 

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“ICM is not for you if you are worried about the shutter count of your camera,” says Charlotte Bellamy. “In an hour, I can easily shoot over 300 ICM images if I am feeling the location and enjoying myself. That sometimes means from a morning, I add 1,000 images to my shutter count without even thinking about it.” 

Image © Charlotte Bellamy
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