Phillip Stearns shows how to photograph electricity without a camera, for dreamy rainbow images emblazoned onto a final print.

How to Photograph Electricity without a Camera

ART TECHNIQUE - Phillip Stearns shows how to photograph electricity without a camera, for dreamy rainbow images emblazoned onto a final print.

The chemigram process is actually very simple, using common household ingredients and common darkroom chemistry. It uses resists on photographic paper much the same way as wax is used as a resist in batik.There is no end to experimentation with this nonfigurative, physico-chemical process.

The chemigram process is actually very simple, using common household ingredients and common darkroom chemistry. It uses resists on photographic paper much the same way as wax is used as a resist in batik.There is no end to experimentation with this nonfi

While at first glance they appear to be abstract paintings, Ajay Malghan’s photos are actually the result of 35mm negatives exposed to items you most likely have in your own home!   In his series, “Bleached,” Malghan soaks 35mm negatives in ordinary items like soap, coffee, and vinegar.

While at first glance they appear to be abstract paintings, Ajay Malghan’s photos are actually the result of 35mm negatives exposed to items you most likely have in your own home! In his series, “Bleached,” Malghan soaks 35mm negatives in ordinary items like soap, coffee, and vinegar.

Ajay Malghan__Bleached_1.jpg While at first glance they appear to be abstract paintings, Ajay Malghan's photos are actually the result of 35mm negatives exposed to items you most likely have in your own home!

Ajay While at first glance they appear to be abstract paintings, Ajay Malghan's photos are actually the result of negatives exposed to items you most likely have in your own home!

Ajay Malghan__Bleached_1.jpg While at first glance they appear to be abstract paintings, Ajay Malghan's photos are actually the result of 35mm negatives exposed to items you most likely have in your own home!

Ajay While at first glance they appear to be abstract paintings, Ajay Malghan's photos are actually the result of negatives exposed to items you most likely have in your own home!

Decomposing 35mm silver nitrate film from the Davide Turconi Project. From the collection of the George Eastman House Motion Picture Dept. Clip #21890:  La Mort de Mozart (di. Louis Feuillade, Gaumont, 1909)

Decomposing silver nitrate film from the Davide Turconi Project. From the collection of the George Eastman House Motion Picture Dept.

Cameraless Photography: How to Create Chemigrams - Lomography

Discover a whole new world of photographic possibilities and learn how to create positive and negative photographic images without a camera! All you need is light sensitive paper and developer, stop and fixer.

'Slowcreations' botanical print from Sweden with Cara Marie Piazza naturally dyed silk fashion "scrap" from Brooklyn for Lost in Fiber | The Gathering  (photo by Abigail Doan)

'Slowcreations' botanical print from Sweden with Cara Marie Piazza naturally dyed silk fashion "scrap" from Brooklyn for Lost in Fiber

Shooting Film: Creatively Destroyed Film Photography by William Dauel

William Dauel is a 23 year-old American photographer, based-in San Francisco, California. He started to shooting when he was a kid and sinc.

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