On June 7, 2015, eleven of us gathered at Eagleridge to learn about using Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) as a photographic technique, initially for single photos, and then later combining ICM images into multiple exposures.
ICM is all about moving the camera intentionally while the shutter is open. Depending upon the length of time that the shutter is open and the speed and direction of the camera movement some interesting effects can result. When multiple exposures are stacked in the camera, one upon the other, each one of which uses ICM, the resulting single image is often unworldly.
Here are some of the photos participants captured during the workshop (the images below have had minimal editing):