Fogged and Chemically Exhausted

You may or may not know what a chemigrams is?

You don’t need a dark space to make chemigrams – the process involves fogged paper.
Paper that has been exposed to white light.
It also ruins your chemicals due to contamination.
It’s the perfect way of using otherwise useless paper and near exhausted chems.

To make this chemigram I soaked lace in developer and pressed it onto the surface of the paper (don’t forget your latex gloves…)
I then fixed it.
This result shows the lace image in grey where it has developed onto the surface of paper, and the paper is white where it has fixed before light or chemical had the opportunity to affected it.