An day of ICM at the beach.

I have already experimented with ICM (intentional camera movement) as can be seen in this post from a few weeks ago. Today I decided to spend the day shooting every single shot this way! I didn’t mind having them look like this, as its a familiar spot to me that I visit almost daily, soContinue reading “An day of ICM at the beach.”

An Experiment In ICM (Intentional Camera Movement)

I’ve not been too well lately, and after a spell in hospital, and now the loss of general mobility for the foreseeable future I thought I would struggle into the garden and experiment with some Intentional Camera Movement images. I’ve taken thousands of photos of my garden flowers of the years, so these are veryContinue reading “An Experiment In ICM (Intentional Camera Movement)”

Culling my editing software

As many of you know, I own quite a bit of editing software. Some of it through curiosity, some if it through affiliates, but all of it to use. Over the years I’ve used it so I can make fair comparisons to other software, plus I have tutored software packages to those in need. AsContinue reading “Culling my editing software”

A Retro Photography Experience: Swansea Gardens (In Vintage Summer Recipe And Square Crop)

As I strive to turn back the time with photography, and await the arrival of my new camera (you’ll see it soon!), I took to the gardens and landscapes of Swansea with my photography group and had a plan to really take photographs in a way I honestly haven’t tried before. It was the hottestContinue reading “A Retro Photography Experience: Swansea Gardens (In Vintage Summer Recipe And Square Crop)”

Minimalistic Photography Shoots

Photography is an ever expanding journey into discovery. Standing still makes you become boring, so it’s nice to get out of your comfort zone and do things a little different on times. For these images I didn’t deliberately go out of my way to get something different, but due to circumstances and editing technique, theContinue reading “Minimalistic Photography Shoots”