The majority of the photograms shown are from collaboration between Rebecca Miller and Dr. Thomas Russo. A photogram is made by laying an object on traditional photographic paper and exposing it to light. The image is created in a darkroom and the print is chemically processed. Where the light hits the paper the area is black while the object blocks the light to create subtle, three-dimensional looking white and gray silhouettes. Any object that fits on the paper can be used to make a photogram and the silhouette will be the same size as the object being used to create the one-of-a-kind photograph. Rebecca and Tom make custom photograms in any size from 5”x7” to 40”x60”, with practically any object. To discuss the possibilities of using specific objects to create a photogram or to purchase existing works, please email

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