An image produced without a camera or lens by placing an opaque, translucent or transparent object between, often directly on, a piece of photographic paper or film and a light source. These were among the earliest photographic images from Thomas Wedgwood and Humphry Davy, and William Henry Fox Talbot, who called them photogenic drawings. Photograms had renewed popularity as a creative technique in the 1920s with Man Ray (1890-1976)who called them Rayographs .
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A photographic print made by placing objects and other elements on photosensitive paper and exposing it to light.
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Where an image is formed by placing an object directly onto printing paper and exposing it to a light source. Many photographers and artists have tried this technique including pioneers Thomas Wedgwood and Fox Talbot along with the Surrealist, Man Ray, who renamed them Rayograms. .
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