7th October 20
“Year 10 photographers have continued in their exploration of camera-less photography with a session on photograms.
These light drawings go right back to the origins of photography and are simply created by manipulating light falling onto photo-sensitive paper.
It’s a process made famous by artists such as Man Ray and Laszlo Moholy-Nagy in the 1920’s and is a great way to introduce new photographers to the darkroom.”
Head of Photography
Click on the images below to see them in all their black and white glory.