Michael C. Mendez; Photogram, Photography "The Killing Jar" I like this photogram because its almost capturing the magic which makes it look really special and interesting.

Michael C. Mendez; Photogram, Photography "The Killing Jar" I like this photogram because its almost capturing the magic which makes it look really special and interesting.

Floral Radiographs by Steven N. Meyers ...X-ray images of flowers and plants __ for pattern inspiration

Floral Radiographs by Steven N. Meyers ...X-ray images of flowers and plants __ for pattern inspiration

plant life photogram by watersedgechris, via Flickr

plant life photogram by watersedgechris, via Flickr

If you wish to travel far and fast, travel light. Take off all your envies, jealousies, unforgiveness, selfishness, and fears. ......... x ray

If you wish to travel far and fast, travel light. Take off all your envies, jealousies, unforgiveness, selfishness, and fears. ......... x ray

this photogram includes all three different structures of : opaque, translucent and transparent materials. the light bulb creates such a detailed image.

this photogram includes all three different structures of : opaque, translucent and transparent materials. the light bulb creates such a detailed image.

Anna Atkins made thirteen known versions of her work entitled  "British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions"  (1843-1853). In October 1843, Atkins began publishing folios of her photogenic (photogram) drawings. In 1850, she began to publish more comprehensive collections of her work, completing a three volume anthology in 1853. These books, containing hundreds of handmade images, were the very first published works to utilize a photographic system for scientific investigation and illustration…

Anna Atkins made thirteen known versions of her work entitled "British Algae: Cyanotype Impressions" (1843-1853). In October 1843, Atkins began publishing folios of her photogenic (photogram) drawings. In 1850, she began to publish more comprehensive collections of her work, completing a three volume anthology in 1853. These books, containing hundreds of handmade images, were the very first published works to utilize a photographic system for scientific investigation and illustration…


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Large Poppy Cyanotype by Henrietta Molinaro at Wilson Stephens & Jones http://www.wilsonstephensandjones.com

Large Poppy Cyanotype by Henrietta Molinaro at Wilson Stephens & Jones http://www.wilsonstephensandjones.com

A cyanotype, also called a sun print or blueprint, circa 1850, by British botanist Anna Atkins, 1797-1871.

A cyanotype, also called a sun print or blueprint, circa 1850, by British botanist Anna Atkins, 1797-1871.

photograms- can go into a point of contrast between harm and peace, the white acts out as innocence and the darker colours represents the harm, hatred appearing in the background.

photograms- can go into a point of contrast between harm and peace, the white acts out as innocence and the darker colours represents the harm, hatred appearing in the background.

photograms - The way the glass laid and created a weird design shape from the scan is pretty interesting. I really liked the glass effect.

photograms - The way the glass laid and created a weird design shape from the scan is pretty interesting. I really liked the glass effect.

Photograms - I like the simplicity of three peacock feathers yet it creates such an eye catching complex image .

Photograms - I like the simplicity of three peacock feathers yet it creates such an eye catching complex image .

Rayograph (Raiografia) 1923.  Raiografia era o termo que Man Ray usava para definir seu próprio estilo de fotografia sem uso de câmera. Ele colocava os objetos diretamente sobre o papel fotográfico e expunha à luz. Aqui, ele usou uma faixa de filme de 35-mm.

Rayograph (Raiografia) 1923. Raiografia era o termo que Man Ray usava para definir seu próprio estilo de fotografia sem uso de câmera. Ele colocava os objetos diretamente sobre o papel fotográfico e expunha à luz. Aqui, ele usou uma faixa de filme de 35-mm.

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