Monday, June 28, 2010
In my last posts I talked a little about photograms. Photograms are made by putting an object (leaves, flowers, strings, toys, cookie cutters, etc) onto a substrate that has been coated with a light sensitive emulsion. The emulsion is then exposed in sunlight and then fixed in photo chemicals. Here are some examples of photograms I did with cyanotype a while ago.
Posted by Rebecca Harbaugh Alternative Photography at 10:17 AM
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I used to have a photogram kit when I was little - I absolutely loved it!ReplyDelete