How I Made Myself a 16×20-inch Bellows Camera

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How I Made Myself a 16×20-inch Bellows Camera

Camera shake is great!

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The Fujifilm Blog

This is my favourite version - the sun had come out so the shutter speed increased to 1/4sec, but I still got some decent movement This is my favourite version – the sun had come out so the shutter speed increased to 1/4sec, but I still got some decent movement

Fujifilm spend a lot of money developing systems to help reduce the chance of camera shake from spoiling our shots. Very effective they are, too. But sometimes, moving the camera during the exposure can be beneficial to your shots. The most obvious example is panning, where you track a moving subject, but there are other techniques that come under the banner of intentional camera movement (ICM) and it’s these that we’re going to explore here.

Pretty much any subject can be used for ICM, but it’s often best to loosely match the shape of your subjects to the movement you intend to make. Trees, for example, are ideal for vertical movement, whereas a landscape is good if you choose to move the camera horizontally. You can…

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My Photos: David Hockney

Noted for inspiration

Ellen Kenrick Photography: Multiple Images

Here are my own images in the style of David Hockney who cuts up portraits to add an unusual and unique effect to them. I really like this style of portraiture as it hides an aspect of the individual and encourages the audience to question what the photograph is conveying. In my own photos I have tried to show the same concept and tried to reflect his work as much as possible.

Cuts upEdit cut up

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My Photos: David Hockney