Miramichi Fall ICM Photos by grtozerphoto

The Miramichi really shows it's colours in late September and October. But when you take those beautiful trees with their colorful leaves and intentionally create camera movement, something magical happens.

There are a few basic rules which apply and can help create a little magic.

Shutter speed is experimental, vertical or horizontal movement should be steady and in a straight line, the shutter must be tripped at the correct time, avoid bright areas in the frame if at all possible.

Something as mundane as apples which have fallen on the grass can make an interesting photo.

Different trees can totally change the photograph. Pine Trees tell a very different than let's say a Beech Tree when vertical ICM is used.

Your imagination is all that is required, you do not require an expensive camera, just one that allows you to control your exposure, a normal lens is all I use, it does not need to be a fast and expensive lens, get out and shoot. I hope you enjoyed my first try at Adobe Spark. Gary Tozer December 2016

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