Of the Four Seasons…


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…i think fall is the best for ICM (Intentional Camera Movement)

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and strange reflections.

Have a wonderful day!

Categories: Autumn, Here in Hobbitsville, NatureTags: , , , , , ,

46 comments

  1. Thinking of you and wishing you a very very Happy Holiday Season, Lisa xo

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  2. congratulations for your beautiful photos!
    best regards

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  3. Wow- really breathtaking captures Lisa. You never fail to amaze me with your photography skills. I’m a Summer loving girl but I really appreciate the color changing beauty that comes with Fall. xx

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  4. Cześć Lisa
    Wspaniałe zdjęcia. Bardzo ciekawy efekt.
    Pozdrowienia.

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  5. I agree… and your photos prove it!

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  6. Oh, my….. I LOVE these two photos, Lisa! Fantastic colors and I like the movement!
    Kisses from me 🙂

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  7. Beautiful, Lisa! I forgot about ICM, thanks for the inspiration.

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  8. What beautiful color and movement. So nicely done.

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  9. Such beautiful colors and movement. Nicely done.

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  10. My goodness, Lisa — what wonderful captures of color and light. You are so clever! Just beautiful! Wishing you a very happy Thanksgiving!

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  11. These are stunning!

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  12. It truly is. I love your images. I did a bunch of them two years in a row — always in autumn coincidentally — but have only done a few more recently. Those ones I did earlier this year — in late spring. Yours have turned out lovely.

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  13. You are so right and you have made such beautiful images with ICM and reflections, Lisa.

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  14. Masterful, Lisa … and creative use of ICM !

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  15. Beautiful work! Found you via Calee…

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  16. As we were out driving today and I saw so many “naked” trees the thought occurred to me to capture more bare trees…now I might also add some using ICM as well. I love doing that and have gotten some really fun surprises. Happy Thanksgiving week my friend!

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  17. It’s been a while I have not touched my camera and your images are tempting me to get back to it. Thank you

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  18. Fully agree! Love these ICM autumn colours! 🙂

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  19. I do love the beautiful reflection!

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  20. I love the ICM effect – very creative!

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  21. These are just lovely images Lisa. The first one has a wonderful canvas-like quality and I love the vivid blues in the second artwork.

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  22. How do you do ICM without ruining your image? I LOVE the first photo, especially! Certainly can’t beat the colors, but I love the lines, as well.

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    • Evelyn~~ I suppose some might think it IS ruined. 🙂
      This was tripod mounted (but that’s not necessary). I slow the shutter a bit, and in this case pulled downward (vertical) as I took the picture.
      You can also pull from one side to another also. I always do vertical with trees.
      You can always take a “regular” photo, and then take the same with some intentional motion. That way you have both.
      It takes some practice, but once you get it, you can almost always get what you’re looking for.

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  23. Gorgeous photos. I think ICM can be used in many different occasions, but you certainly made it work with the autumn.

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  24. Hi, Lisa
    These are beautiful.
    And as you say, one of those rare occasions when a little camera movement can add so much to the image!
    Lovely. 🙂

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  25. Intentional camera movement is something that I never think to try, but ought to. Your example is lovely! I love autumn reflections, too, because they seem to contain so many layers. It’s hard sometimes to tell what is a reflection and what’s “real” in the image. Wishing you a beautiful, peaceful weekend, dear Lisa.

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  26. Hi Lisa,
    fabulous reflections in the water. I like the trees in every season.
    Best, Synnöve

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  27. Wow – so very beautiful and artistic!

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  28. Brilliant and wonderfully creative. You’re a genius! 🙂

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  29. I’ve never moved the camera on purpose-very cool! I agree – Fall appears to be a great season for that – beautiful!

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  30. These are lovely photos, Lisa, like grand master paintings. The light and colour in the first one is magical. Have a great weekend ahead.

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  31. So pretty Lisa, I agree fall is a wonderful time to do this. Have a wonderful day.

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  32. They are beautiful but I’m like Sarah, usually it’s by accident that it occurs with me….

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  33. These photographs are two gems, dear Lisa. They are so masterfully created!!! Beautiful photo work!

    Best wishes to you.

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  34. hi lisa, i have no idea what icm is, i will visit goggle after i leave my comment. your images are so pretty, i always feel reflection images are kinda’ special…capturing 2 for the price of one!!

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    • Debbie~~ It literally is just moving your camera while taking the picture. Here, I just slowed the shutter a bit, and moved down vertically (camera was on a tripod). It really is a lot of fun for a change of pace, and I love it when used on Fall scenes.

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  35. oh Lisa these are magnificent xo

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  36. Fall is also the most beautiful season – a tie with spring.
    Beautiful images, Lisa! The first one reminds me of one I took while riding down the road so it is beautifully blurred.

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  37. Autumn is bridge of life, I love your pictures, beautiful.

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  38. I’ve been playing with this idea lately and love the outcomes but I think your fall colours make the effect extra special. x

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  39. The first is like a dreamy watercolor, Lisa. You’ve captured the essence of transition.

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  40. I would agree, although I usually only try it by accident.

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