Intentional Camera Movement Images

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Zoom blur from 1977 that I later turned into a Valentine card.

Olympus OM-2, Olympus OM Zuiko 75-150mm ƒ/4 zoom lens, zoomed during exposure.

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My brother, shooting laser beam out from his trike, Christmas 1977.

Olympus OM-2 with Olympus OM Zuiko 75-150mm ƒ/4 zoom and QuickAuto 310 flash.
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Beam me up...
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Vertical camera motion, with horizontal hatching provided by moving vehicle.

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Winter trees with a fisheye lens.

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Entering the start/finish straight at around midnight. Le Mans 24 hour motorcycle race, 1982.

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two pics with the same technique. One in focus, the other with explicit camera movement. I do not switch off IS in order to get multiple exposure effects (piano player)
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@re-note
I love both photos. The swish of the saxophone in the first one is extraordinary in its structures. The second has absolutely beautiful colours, perfect composition with fascinating effects in the movements. And the combination of a sharp motive with an artistic overlay of movement structures is far more interesting to me than just a completely unsharp movement-pic. Your photos show a deliberate creative process ... in some way planned chaos.
 
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Older one, but I like it. Have sold a few copies.

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JJ Abrams tribute? :biggrin:
Maybe? Other than a few episodes of Lost that my girlfriend at the time made me watch, I haven't seen anything he's done... but it's quite possible we were similarly warped by our early environments... hard to say why certain things resonate in weird ways. :rolleyes:

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Another case where IBIS makes for a more "stratified" smearing.
 

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So I typed into Google, International Camera Movements, and it changed to intentional. Not good enough!
 
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