Bougainvillea Variations

Bougainvillea Study II © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Study II © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation A © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation A © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation B © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation B © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation C © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation C © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation D © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation D © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation E

Bougainvillea Variation E © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation F © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation F © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation G © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation G © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation H © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation H © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation I © Harold Davis

Bougainvillea Variation I © Harold Davis

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One Comment

  1. Stef Leinwohl November 20, 2016 at 6:06 am #

    Very elegant.
    An accurate definition of a photogram is “radiating energy effecting a sensitized surface.” This gets rid of the object and always light.

    I have blown up fire crackers directly 8″ x 10″ Ektachrome, a series of which were used as back drops for Hess & Esinhart custom Limousine company. The cars were shot with large color backdrop paper that reflected the appropriate colors in the photogram into the chrome and body of the Limousine.

    I also have used fax and xray machines and even put chemicals on my face and pressed it against 8″ x 10″ black and white film for a while and then put the sheet in hypo fixer. I then blew the image up to 8 feet x 10 feet.

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