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Year 10 photogram experiments

As part of their investigation into the idea “Photography is the process of capturing light, a camera is not necessary” the Y10 GCSE Photographers have been experimenting with one of the earliest forms of photography, the photogram.
A photogram is a photographic image made without a camera. It involves placing things on the surface of a light sensitive material and then exposing them to light.
The results are very striking, we think you will agree!