After exploring the exhibition Who’s Afraid of Women Photographers? each participant sets up his or her own portrait. The workshop leader takes the photo and prints it out in black and white. It is then glued on to a sheet of paper that forms a frame. Each participant touches up the photo and, in the style of John Dillwin Llewelyn, adds prints of plants on to the frame by painting directly on leaves and flowers (a reminder of the technique used for a photogram).