Well, our adventures were sidetracked recently for a bit, but hopefully I'll be able to resume them with more frequency soon. This past weekend we did a family getaway in the Cooksburg PA area. While we were there, we got a nice snowfall (not too much, not too little). I spent some time on the grounds where our cabin was to work on some ICM (intentional camera movement). I have been sporadically working on this technique over the past few years, and recently added some filters to my equipment arsenal that allow me to expand the conditions in which I can use the technique.
All of the following photos were achieved with a 1-2 second exposure, with camera on a tripod, still for the majority of the exposure, and intentionally moved for a small portion of the exposure.
Now I sit here hoping we have more snow on the way soon!
All photographs were taken with a Canon 6DM2 with Canon EF 24-70mm 2.8L USM with a Hoya variable neutral density filter.
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