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Abstraction and Ephemerality: Creating still images with Intentional Camera Movement

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Saturday 8th October – The Hilton Cambridge City, Downing Street – Hawking Room

10am – 11:00am – Talk: Abstraction and Ephemerality: Creating still images with Intentional Camera Movement

Intentional Camera Movement (ICM) can create abstract, geometric, and ephemeral images. The process is closer to painting with the camera than taking a still image. Sara Rawlinson talks about the ICM process, and her recent work with ICM (both single exposure and multiple exposure ICM) showing examples from Cambridge, Norfolk, London, and Iceland. Printing her own images, sometimes on canvas, has even resulted in having to convince viewers that her images are not paintings!

A Cambridge-based fine art photographer, Sara specialises in both historic architecture and abstract, ephemeral work. Her earlier series on Cambridge Libraries and on King’s College Chapel have been awarded many times. Sara’s new ICM work has also been awarded and is featured in invited and international exhibitions. See more at sararawlinson.com 

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