Photograms are very different images to standard photos. Traditionally they were created by placing objects on a sheet of photographic (light sensitive) paper. The paper is then exposed, which turns the paper black, except for where the objects are blocking the light.
Objects that are translucent let through some light, and so appear in shades of grey, while objects that are opaque appear as solid white.
The effect of a photogram image can be replicated using a digital camera to capture the image, with no photographic paper needed. You will need:Read the rest of this entry »