Photograms are photographic images made without a camera. To make a photogram, objects are placed on the surface of light-sensitive material and then exposed to light and developed in traditional chemistry. Using modern technologies such as iPhones, laser-cutters, transparency film, and inkjet printing, new versions of photogram portraits have emerged. Today’s “selfie” can be made using printmaking and drawing techniques, creating texture, density, tonality, and ultimately, a photographic portrait. Some photography experience preferred.