Photography students often begin the year experimenting with the simplest type of photographic image – a photogram, also known as a ‘cameraless photograph'. This is created by placing objects directly onto photo paper in a darkroom and then exposing the arrangement to light for a set period of time. The objects create shadows on the paper in various intensities, depending upon the strength and duration of the light as well as the transparency of the items. Translucent items can be ...

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Photograms of lemons and limes. Photography students often begin the year experimenting with the simplest type of photographic image – a photogram, also known as a ‘cameraless photograph'. Translucent objects work especially well.

Chemigram by Cara Thuringer using toothpaste and shav- ing cream.

Anderson tells us how to make chemigrams and shows plenty of examples from her students innovative work.

Chemigram by Cara Thuringer using toothpaste and shav- ing cream.

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