12 ICM images


cardiffgareth

Link Posted 04/04/2022 - 16:46
Again taken today on the dog walk bimble. Tried my hand at some ICM or 'in camera movement'. Pretty fun technique to try out and like the way it softens the scene into a more artistic representation of the scene in front of you.

Pentax K3ii and Tamron 70-300mm

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ICM Seascape by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Seascape by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Seascape by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Seascape by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Seascape by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Seascape by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Seascape by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Seascape by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Seascape by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Reeds by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Swan by Gareth Williams, on Flickr

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ICM Swan by Gareth Williams, on Flickr
Gareth
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loadoftripe

Link Posted 04/04/2022 - 17:17
Really like these - Cool' as the youngsters say.

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pschlute

Link Posted 04/04/2022 - 17:25
Cracking selection Gareth, and bravo for trying something new.

The first is my favourite, but 2/3/6/10 are really nice too. Not too sure about the swan duo.
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womble

Link Posted 04/04/2022 - 18:53
I rather like No.10. Not sure the technique works in the swan images though, but the waves are quite fun.
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cardiffgareth

Link Posted 04/04/2022 - 19:14
Thanks all

Looks like the Swans are a thumbs down then. Wasn't sure they worked but put them in just in case. I think 11 works better than 12 but maybe I'm just looking for something in nothing?!!
Gareth
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davidwozhere

Link Posted 05/04/2022 - 01:21
#1 has got something more over the other seascape ones. I've tried to analyse it and failed to discover why but it comes out on top every time I look at them.
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Urbanmeister

Link Posted 05/04/2022 - 11:39
1 - 10. They're all 'paintings'. Gorgeous and would look good framed and on a wall. Nice one(s), Gareth.
Be well, stay safe.

MrB

Link Posted 05/04/2022 - 15:07
I think 1 works best because it seems more obviously directional and hence more dynamic than the other seascapes. I also like 10.

Philip

swarf

Link Posted 06/04/2022 - 10:45
#1 for me as well, although #5 has got something special about it for me as well. All of the seascapes and the reeds work well, but the Swans need a little more work. I suspect that it they were more abstract you might get something. Definitely worth pursuing.

Phil
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