makes me want to get back in a darkroom and make some photograms

links back to some of the original photogram work I started off making, but it could be advanced onto pinhole photography instead of just making pictures in the dark room


Facing the Shadow Self (Arthur Siegel)

"Fotogramm" by László Moholy-Nagy, 1925

László Moholy-Nagy, Fotogramm, 1925 (même technique et exactement contemporains des Rayogrammes de Man Ray)

Tape Photogram by ShortHobbit on deviantART

I've seen a photo gram of a tape before, but I like how the tape is coming out…

links in with the other photogram of the lightbulb. Experience shown in the use of tools links to the industrial revolution and London 2012 opening ceremony

This is my journey into photograms/rayographs: Sometimes I take photos without a camera. In other words: I develop photograms. In "wiki" words: A photogram is a photographic image made without a.

Photogram by Samantha Cooper 2012

Photogram by Samantha Cooper 2012

Feathers. Photogram

Feathers. Photogram

Man Ray, 1922, Untitled Rayograph - Man Ray - Man Ray, 1922, Untitled Rayograph, gelatin silver photogram, 23.5 x 17.8 cm

MAN RAY Untitled Rayograph, 1922 unique gelatin silver photogram signed in pencil (on the mount); annotation 'Original Man Ray in ink (on the reverse of the mount) image/sheet: x x mount: 14 x 10 x

Man Ray photogram I could use the film in my own photograms as they let some light through allowing the photo to be seen

Rayograph Man Ray (American, Gelatin silver print, 11 x 9 x cm). © 2011 Man Ray Trust / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

László Moholy-Nagy, Fotogramm, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fotoğram by Laszlo Maholy-Nagy (American ( b. In Hungaria) 1926 gelatin silver print.

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