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

Tape Photogram by ShortHobbit on deviantART

I like this one because the item and its position makes a perfect picture. Also I like music and a cassette is a good representation of music.

Man Ray: No title (Metal coil) 1922 - gelatin silver photograph photogram (called rayograph by the artist).

Man Ray, Untitled Rayograph, From the portfolio Les Champs délicieux (The Delicious Fields)

Louis Daguerre and the pioneers of photography

Louis Daguerre and the pioneers of photography

frog xray Eduard Valenta and Josef Maria Eder © National Media Museum, Bradford

Macoto Murayama_村山誠

Japanese Lily - v -b by Macoto Murayama - Contemporary Japanese Art Collection by Jean Pigozzi

photogram dandelion fine shapes, intricate patterns

Photograms (also called rayograms) were made famous by photographer Man Ray but they were actually invented in 1843 by Anna Atkins, who illustrated the book, British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions.

No Camera? No Problem!: Poetic Photograms | Better Photography

Try adding themes and humour to your photograms by using quirky or related objects.

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I like this photogram because the bottle is translucent and it looks like something is spilling out of it.