Curtis Moffat (1887-1949). ‘Dragonfly’. Solarised gelatin silver  print photogram. About 1930. Victoria &  Albert Museum, London.

Curtis Moffat 'Abstract Composition' About 1925 Gelatin silver print Museum no. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London/Estate of Curtis Moffat

photograms - a gallery on Flickr the flowers are 3d so there is a shadow. some of the petals are translucent while the others are opaque, this causes the image to appear like a x-ray and I could use flowers in my own photograms to replicate this effect

photograms - a gallery on Flickr the flowers are 3d so there is a shadow. some of the petals are translucent while the others are opaque, this causes the image to appear like a x-ray and I could use flowers in my own photograms to replicate this effect

Photogram

This picture is ordinary but interesting . Has beautiful shadows which emphasize the texture .

Photogram a001160431-001

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.

Feathers. Photogram

Feathers. Photogram

One of the first photograms I made. Original.

One of the first photograms I made.

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