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Volume 23 Issue 12, December 2021

Photograms are a camera-less photographic technique related to the sunprints of the early 1800s. Jamie creates her images in her darkroom, working by feel, in the total darkness. No cameras, negatives, or digital processes are used. Each image is unique. More of the artist’s work can be seen at: https://bluenandina.com/.

"Daffodils", (#727), 2014 | Jamie Hagenberger

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