Learn the basics of ICM photography with Murray Livingston, on-location at the spectacular Isle of Harris, Scotland
Ever wanted to experiment with intentional camera movements to create painterly abstract photographs? In this on-location video, landscape photographer Murray Livingston explores the white sand beaches of the Isle of Harris, Scotland, and teaches you the basics of ICM photography.
Murray goes through some of the filters he uses to make long exposures, explains how he finds subjects in open minimal landscapes and finally demonstrates the various techniques he uses for ICM photography.
Key sections of video:
2:24 Finding a subject
4:03 Filters for ICM
6:11 How to make ICM Images
10:38 Conclusion & Images
Murray is a South African professional fine art landscape and nature photographer working with both film and digital cameras. He has more than 10 years of image making experience and is a deep thinker with interests in wildlife & conservation, philosophy, and design.View all articles