Cameraless Photography

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  • Front cover of the book Cameraless Photography
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  • Pages from the book Cameraless Photography
  • Pages from the book Cameraless Photography
  • Pages from the book Cameraless Photography
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Cameraless Photography presents a concise historical overview of photographic images created independently of a camera. It surveys the corresponding techniques—including photograms, chemigrams, luminograms, dye destruction prints, and more—used to create those images. The book features one hundred key images from more than one hundred and seventy years of history, ranging from the earliest experiments in chemical  photography, such as those by Anna Atkins in the nineteenth century,  through seminal avant-garde photograms of modernists such as Man Ray in  the 1920s and 1930s to the latest digital processes by Susan Derges.

Visually compelling, Cameraless Photography  is an outstanding introduction to the significant cameraless processes used throughout the history of photography and the cameraless work of some of photography’s greatest names. 

  • Author: Martin Barnes 
  • Hardcover
  • Publisher: Thames & Hudson, 2019
  • 192 pages, 10.1" x 8"
  • 100 color photographs
  • ISBN:9780500480366
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