photogram


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photogram

[′fōd·ə‚gram]
(graphic arts)
A design or pattern produced on regular photographic paper without the use of a negative or a lens system; opaque or transparent objects are assembled on the paper, and the paper is exposed to light and processed in the usual way.
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The Photogram has acted as the organizer of photographic exhibitions since May 2011.
As the concurrent exhibition at the Getty Museum reveals, some of photography's first great works were camera-less photograms created by placing an object on light-sensitive paper.
Stewart argues that those moments when a film presents still photographs embedded in its narrative summon up the photograms, those "material traces," to use Barthes' term, whose individual identity is rendered invisible by their sheer quantity as well as the speed at which they flicker across the screen:
The technique used is the photogram, in which an object is placed directly on photographic paper under specified conditions and then processed.
In an accompanying note, Hakimi himself remarks on the "apparent analogies with the photogram.
The photogram operates in a space which is visual and haptic at the same time: without physical contact in the act of creation, there would be no image.
com)-- TecAce is pleased to announce the release of Photogram, the first Windows Phone 7 photo enhancement application available for free exclusively to Samsung Windows Phone 7, AT&T Focus and Omnia 7 users.
Finally, the brilliantly-hued compositions of Adam Fuss again rely upon that venerable technique, the photogram, in order to record the silhouettes of a snake as it swims through water and a baby crawling over glass--to stunning effect.
The irony here--not lost to Bellour, who devotes the first chapter of The Analysis of Film to the problems of citing "the unattainable text"--is that the frame or photogram that is "never seen" becomes most visible--as "quotation"--in Bellour's own segmental analyses (more on that below).
Near them, another pair of students put the finishing touches on their photogram display.
One of the earliest forms of photography, a photogram is made without a camera by exposing photosensitive paper to light over a period of time.