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Applied Arts: Photograms workshop October 25, 2010

Posted by claralieu in Applied Arts, photography.
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This past weekend we hosted an Applied Arts workshop on Photograms with artist Lana Z Caplan. Photograms is essentially a technique which allows you to make photographic images without a camera. In the darkroom, you basically use light to record an image. We had a wonderful assortment of all different kinds of objects to experiment and make compositions with.

Photograms workshop
(above) Lana Z Caplan shows some of the earliest photograms.

Photograms workshop

Photograms workshop

We had ten people at the workshop, and you can see from the image below that we were very productive during the afternoon. View all images from the workshop here.

Photograms workshop
(above) a finished print comes out of the print dryer.

Photograms workshop

Photograms workshop


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