How to Make a Photogram?

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To make a photogram, start by setting the enlarger in a manner that will allow light to cover your paper and leave some room to spare. Next, place your objects on photo paper, arrange your piece, expose and develop the sheet of photo paper normally. You can move the objects or change them altogether to create another photogram or raise them to create a different effect.
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A photogram is a photographic image made without a camera by placing an object directly onto the surface of photographic paper and then exposing it to light. This will produce a negative
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1. Begin by setting your enlarger to shed an area of light that is slightly larger than the size of your 8 x 10 piece of photo paper. 2. Next, lay out your photo paper under the enlarger
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A photogram is an image produced without a camera by placing an object on photosensitive paper
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One question mark is enough. The other answer is partially correct, except that photograms are usually made with photographic paper, not film. Photographic paper is light sensitive,
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