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That`s why they call it Panning and why it`s not a ICM shot.
2 different names for 2 different things.
Take it as you want m8, i`m jesting...:ROFLMAO:
So am I don't worry! Just thought I'd throw this into the thread and see what everyone thought :)
 
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Here is a set from a trip on Tram 28 in Lisbon at night taken out the window. The tram created the movement I was leaning of the wife to grab these as we sped along

All shown in the order they were shot I took more but chose these for the ste of 12

Lisbon Tram 28 ICM 1 by Alf Branch, on Flickr

Lisbon Tram 28 ICM 2 by Alf Branch, on Flickr

Lisbon Tram 28 ICM 3 by Alf Branch, on Flickr

Lisbon Tram 28 ICM 4 by Alf Branch, on Flickr

Lisbon Tram 28 ICM 5 by Alf Branch, on Flickr

Lisbon Tram 28 ICM 6 by Alf Branch, on Flickr
 
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That 2nd image is excellent.
Thanks. That was my favourite too. My husband wasn't impressed :LOL:

Thank you - it's nice to find an ICM subject that isn't a wood or a beach (speaking personally).
I agree - I can't seem to get past them though :) Think you have a great eye for what works.
 
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Some lovely and different ICM's here of late, keep it up guys and gals.
 
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It is interesting how Andy goes for an exposure of about a 0.6 of a second and holds the camera stationary before "whipping" the camera to get the movement
That's a good way of mixing sharp & blurred detail, especially if you have IBIS. Personally I prefer a slightly longer exposure, as it's easier to guess how long I've got.
 
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Taking inspiration from the work of Andy Gray, without trying to copy too closely, I took these photos on holiday in the Isles of Scilly. I used Gimp software to layer multiple shots, as I haven't ever really used layers before. This is also my first proper go at ICM, having dabbled last year - and I enjoyed the unpredictability of the whole process.
My aim was to capture the mood/texture of the places.

1 Shimmering sea near Bryher (my favourite - I think)


2 Colours of the Tresco Channel - Tresco on the right, Bryher on the left.


3 Cromwell's Castle from the sea


4 Looking across the sea towards Samson from Rushy Bay on Bryher
 
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Taking inspiration from the work of Andy Gray, without trying to copy too closely, I took these photos on holiday in the Isles of Scilly. I used Gimp software to layer multiple shots, as I haven't ever really used layers before. This is also my first proper go at ICM, having dabbled last year - and I enjoyed the unpredictability of the whole process.
My aim was to capture the mood/texture of the places.

1 Shimmering sea near Bryher (my favourite - I think)


2 Colours of the Tresco Channel - Tresco on the right, Bryher on the left.


3 Cromwell's Castle from the sea


4 Looking across the sea towards Samson from Rushy Bay on Bryher
Those are ace. Like them all but #4 is cracking. (y)
 
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Does zooming count as ICM?

Got myself a new RGB keyboard for the computer and as it is so colourful I thought a bit of in camera movement would be cool to capture so here's a couple of the best shots below -

Qwerty RGB by Stuart Pardue, on Flickr

Qwerty RGB by Stuart Pardue, on Flickr
It counts for me - those are fabulous! Great idea - especially love where you can see the letters.
 
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Some stunning work that needs printing on this thread! Back when I shot on the mamiya 6x7, I would sometimes lock on a tripod and take 30-50 exposures of the same scene. The mirror slap would introduce tiny movements on the tripod and what you'd end with would look like a dappled painting :) not sure how easy that would be with digital, but some on this thread come very close! Inspired.
 
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