Steve Whealton








Glass Photograms

A glass photogram uses no camera. It is a shadow picture, with the film or photographic paper placed next to the clear glass object or objects being captured.

Sometimes, the film or paper is folded, or even bent vigorously. The resulting crease marks often enhance the final image. Six of the nine pictures below show such crease marks.

GLASS

 

cake plate closeup

 

drinking glass bottom

 

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PHOTOGRAMS

 

bowl

 

splayed glass

 

folded glass

 

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