Impressionistic photo of iris buds in the garden created by moving the camera while the shutter was open.
It is very easy to use camera motion while photographing close-up or macro subjects to create an impression. If the subject is moving in the wind or if you don't have a tripod, it doesn't matter. Moving the camera while the shutter is open is a great technique to use when the light is low and shutter speeds are between 30th of a second through 1 second. The more magnification you have the faster the shutter speed can be and still show camera motion blur. There are a lot of variables so take a whole bunch of photos varying the speed you move the camera and the shutter speed.