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Intentional Camera Movement

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Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) is when you purposely move the camera whilst the shutter is open for a creative effect.

This is different to motion blur that is a result of unintentional camera shake or a shutter speed that is too slow.

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Zooming the lens in or out whilst the shutter is open can produce an interesting blur around your chosen subject

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Panning is a technique where you move your camera in the same direction as your fast moving subject to create a sense of movement through the frame

It depends on what you're shooting and your surroundings, but typically you would use a shutter speed between 1/60th second and 1/5th of a second to capture movement whilst also still retaining some sharpness and detail in your subject.

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Combining flash with a slower shutter speed and ICM can produce a sharp image with light trails.

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