Photograms are a little-known photographic technique that originates from the very beginning of photography itself. This series of articles looks at the development of the process over time and various photographic artists which have used the technique.
- Introduction to Photograms
- William Henry Fox Talbot
- Anna Atkins
- May Ray
- Laszlo Moholy Nagy
- The Digital Age
- Adam Fuss
- Susan Derges
- Angela Easterling
As well as the articles, many of the photographer’s pieces have links to external sites to view the image. These are carefully selected sites and, in addition to the images, may be very helpful during research.
For referencing purposes…
Author: Rob Parker
Reference from: Online source at RobParker.org.uk (specific URLs can be copied from the address bar)
Date of publication: December 30 2007
Extra content: Images linked to in this document are sourced from elsewhere and should be referenced accordingly
Comments on the series are always welcome. Please use the facility below. Thank you for reading!
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