From Wikipedia: A photogram [from the combining form φωτω- (phōtō-) of Ancient Greek φῶς ( phôs, “light”), and ... The photogram in essence is a means by which the fall of light and shade on a surface may be automatically captured and preserved.
I have only recently starting exploring the wonderful world of Photograms thanks to an incredibly inspirational series of workshops whereby a scanner was used as part of the processing workflow. This has inspired me to see what I can do with images sourced from somewhere other than a camera. All images within this section have started their life as a scan. I am thoroughly enjoying learning what is to me a completely new skill so I expect these galleries to change and evolve significantly over time as I learn more about both the process and what works for me.
Keep an eye on this page to watch me navigate my way further through this exciting technique.