An overhead view of emerald green grass, light green leaves and orange-tinted pine needles on a wooden background.

Photograms, shadowgraphs, or sunprints are a fun way to make images without a camera! Using materials you probably have around the house, you can record a shadowy image of things like leaves or grass – but this won’t be an instant image. Ultraviolet light from the sun will help us form these images over several hours or days.


In this packet you will find:

  • An introduction to photograms
  • A short lesson on how they work
  • Materials needed to make your own
  • Two methods for creating photograms at home!
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