Photographers generally want tack-sharp images, and camera motion is something to be avoided. But what if you deliberately move your camera to create a motion blur? The effect can be like painting with light instead of with a brush. Through trial and error, startling images can be created: Abstract, impressionistic, evocative. Moving the camera provides an opportunity to see beyond the identifiable objects in the picture – to contemplate shapes, patterns, textures, colours and play of light. Another beautiful feature of this kind of photography is that one never knows what the outcome will be. Images are often surprises – almost serendipity, because you never know quite what to expect.