There are different techniques to producing creative images while moving your camera in one or more fashion.
Let’s cover some ICM techniques that make some common sense. This will go in direct conflict with everything I’ve always preached regarding using a tripod to achieve sharp images through enhanced stability. ICM effects are achieved by using longer exposures generally up to half a second. I’ve found that in most cases 1/8th of a second exposure is a good start. To work with wider apertures on a bright sunny day you may want o use an ND filter or even a circular polarizer to help reduce the amount of light entering the camera.
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