Mangersta Beach ICM, Isle of Lewis, Scotland


A2 or A3 print of Mangersta Beach ICM, Isle of Lewis, Scotland


ICM or Intentional Camera Movement is a technique used to create abstract images of a seascape/landscape scene, in this case the rather beautiful Mangersta Beach on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. I took the image mid March this year as the technique involved panning the camera form left to right in a quick jerky but smooth motion over half a second shutter speed. I wanted to keep the form and layers of the waves and the curved one that rolled in top right was all down to lucky timing. Shooting over just half a second allowed me to retain some texture of the water and the sand although there was no detail to be caught in the sky which provides a lovely bright layer at the top of the image. The Outer Hebrides is a perfect place to capture ICM images due to the lovely subtle colour palette and the gorgeous green aqua colours of the water.


  • All A2 and A3 prints are professionally printed by me using an A2 Epson SC-P800 professional printer and genuine Epson UltraChrome HD inks
  • A 10mm border to assist easy mounting or framing
  • My signature and date of purchase is written on the rear of the print

Postage Details and Costs

  • UK £10.00
  • Europe £15.00
  • Rest of the World £20.00
  • All prints come unmounted and unframed
  • A2 Prints are carefully and professionally rolled and transported in a reinforced cardboard tube
  • A3 Prints are posted in a heavy duty flat cardboard box
  • Prints are posted within five working days (where possible)

A3, A2


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