Cameraless Photographs

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Photogram by Mary Gow

Back in the days of darkroom photography one of the first things you might be taught is how the enlarger works. What you see are objects placed under the enlarger on top of photosensitive paper. Don’t have access to a darkroom? You can make the more modern day version of them by placing objects on your scanner.

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