Celebration of Fall experiment

More experiments with ICM on iPhone, the subject being ornamental Fall gourds.

Taken using the ProCam iPhone app (slow shutter/bulb setting), with the camera being rotated around the central subject during an approximately 2 second exposure.

Posting primarily for reference, but feel free to comment/critique - I'm always open to...

Landscape in south of France

Alan Brown adviced me a YouTube channel, ICM by Andy Gray. Such an inspiring work for me. It was like if it was what I was looking for. So, it permited to go further to my goal.
Last sunday, I went in Provence (South of France). I threw an eye to a village located on and around a hill. With this image, I tried to summarize what's Provence...


I shot this image on my first visit to Niagara Falls. I took a lot of photos that day and ended up with a nice chunk of images that I am proud of. I have a few that showcase the entire area and other aspects of the falls, but this is one of my favorites. It might actually be my favorite from that day. The horizon line is at the edge of the...

Abstract Painting to Photograph

Hi all,

I just finished a small show with a series of my photographs taken of my paintings. The photographs bring a richness and depth that the paintings lack and I love the outcome of this dual process. My theme was Earth and the images looked likec aerial view "drone shot" landscapes.

.Just for fun! Feedback always welcome!...


We had the driveway repaved yesterday and part of the deal was they took my old car as partial payment. It hadn't been driven or moved at all since I had my second stroke in January 2017. This was under one of the tires. It was all accumulated dirt rather than a depression in the asphalt.

lakeside view - new ICM group announcement

Here's a slightly different ICM technique I've been trying to deconstruct. It involves moving the camera not as the image is being shot but in between multiple images as the position is changed. Pioneered by Pep Ventosa this technique can involve 30-40 images taken as the camera moves around the subject, then layers blended in Photoshop....

Alright another try ....

So I'm at the shore headed out for sunrise and waves. However there is a blanket of fog and i can't see more than 50 feet, so i figure ill try this ICM thing that everyone is talking about.
I decided to use the blue hour tones against the glowing street lights on the path above the shoreline.