A chemigram is a camera-less process in which a substrate is applied to light-sensitive paper that is used as a resistant to hold back the chemical effects of black and white developer and fixer. By rotating the paper through developer and fixer in multiple baths, the substrate will periodically be removed from the paper, resulting in an image that can be colorful and rich in tonality.
Instructor: Joe Addison
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