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ICM Workshop with Stephanie Johnson (5 Sessions)

ICM Workshop with Stephanie Johnson (5 Sessions)

£25.00Price

This provides access to Stephanie Johnson's entire, week-long ICM workshop. This doesn't not allow downloads, or provide access to the optional hand outs which support this.

 

Overview of Sessions

 

This Week of ICM covers a progressive range of topics and approaches to ICM photography, with a focus on doing the work in-camera primarily with DSLR and Mirrorless camera systems as the foundation. The course will progress from introducing basic ICM techniques through to more advanced ICM techniques with single exposures. Following on from single exposure ICM techniques, a session will be devoted to Mobile ICMs, for those interested in exploring this avenue with ICM.

 

Lastly, multiple exposure (ME) ICM techniques will be covered, which will include the use of various in-camera blending modes, as well as a section devoted comparing in-camera ME ICMs in relation to post-processing methods of creating ME ICMs by layering individual ICM images in Photoshop.

 

Session #1 – Introduction to ICM

Welcome & Introduction by Stephanie Goals for Course & Course Overview Lecture/Demonstration – Introduction to ICM

  • Introduction to ICM – Intentional Camera Movement

  • Basic Equipment, Settings, and Ways of Working with the Camera

  • Basic Camera Movements Explained

  • More Advanced Camera Movements Explained

  • Size of Movement & Speed of Movement

  • Understanding Focal Length

  • Composition & Framing

  • Things to Look for – Contrast, Texture, Patterns, & Lines, etc.

Suggestions for Practical Application to Get Started with ICM

Wrap-Up – Q&A about the Lecture

 

Session #2 – ICM in the Natural World (Single Exposures)

Welcome & Creative Inspiration by Stephanie Lecture/Demonstration – ICM in the Natural World

  • Seeing the Natural World through the Lens of ICM

  • Image Examples of a Variety of Natural World Subjects and Scenes

  • Field Work Video

  • Basic Post-Processing Workflow

Suggestions for Practical Application Use in the Natural World o Wrap-Up – Q&A about the Lecture

 

Session #3 – ICM in the Urban Environment (Single Exposures)

Welcome & Creative Inspiration by Stephanie Lecture/Demonstration – ICM in the Urban Environment

  • Seeing the Urban Environment through the Lens of ICM

  • Image Examples of a Variety of Urban Subjects and Scenes

  • Field Work Video

  • Additional Post-Processing Techniques to Consider

Suggestions for Practical Application Use in Urban Environments

Wrap-Up – Q&A about the Lecture

 

Session #4 – Mobile Phone ICMs

Welcome & Creative Inspiration by Stephanie

Lecture/Demonstration – Mobile Phone ICMs

  • Adding Mobile Phone ICM to the Repertoire & Toolbox

  • Common Apps used for both iPhone and Android

  • Understanding How Mobile Devices Function Differently

  • Comparing Mobile ICMs to DSLR/Mirrorless ICMs

  • Field Work Video

  • Suggestions for Practical Application Use with Mobile Phone ICMs
  • Wrap-Up – Q&A about the Lecture

 

Session #5 – Multiple Exposure ICMs, In-Camera Blending Modes & Post-Processing

 

Welcome & Creative Inspiration by Stephanie Lecture/Demonstration – ME ICMs, In-Camera Blending Modes, & Post Processing

 

Introduction to the Concept of Multiple Exposure ICMs

 

This lesson is focused on creating ME ICMs in-camera as a primary technique

  • Setting up the Camera
  • Type 1 – In-Camera ME ICM Sequences
  • Type 2 – In-Camera Continuous Shooting/Rapid Fire Sequences
  • Example Images of Both Types
  • In-Camera Blending Modes Explained
  • Field Work Video

 

Discussion about Blending ICMs outside of the Camera

  • This is geared for those whose cameras do not have the Bright and Dark blending modes or who don’t have in-camera ME capability onboard
  • Basic Demonstration for Blending Individual ICM Images in Photoshop
  • Using ICM Layers in Photoshop to Create an ME ICM Effect
  • Comparison of In-Camera ME ICMs with ME ICMs Created in Post Processing
  • This is meant to provide an understanding of the differences between creating ME ICMs in-camera versus layering individual images in post processing
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