Subject Information

SUBJECT photograms
TYPE AAT
ALTERNATE cameraless photographs
REFERENCE ID 300127296
NOTES Photographs produced without a camera, usually by placing an object directly on sensitized paper and exposing it to light. Includes Talbot's first photographs, which he called photogenic drawings. In the early 20th century the term was sometimes used to mean all photographs.
HIERARCHY Objects Facet>Visual and Verbal Communication>Visual Works>visual works (works)>photographs>photograms

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