Experimenting with ICM Photography
In intentional camera movement (ICM), a camera is moved during the exposure for a creative or artistic effect. The process involves the selection of an aperture and the use of filters to achieve a suitable shutter speed. Proponents experiment both with the duration of the exposure and the direction and amount of camera movement while the shutter is open.
Photoshop (or a similar program) wasn’t involved in post processing these images. just lightroom was used to do some color correction and some vignette effect.