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Janet Neuhauser

Janet
Neuhauser

SPE Member since 2012
Member Chapter: Northwest

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
South Park Bridge
Archival Inkjet Print

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
Marys gate and the Full Moon
pknhole image

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
Behind the Hangar Cafe
Archival Inkjet Print

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
Apartments
pknhole image

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
Stanley at Albro
Archival Inkjet Print

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
Felice's House
pknhole image

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
North from the Albro Bridge
Archival Inkjet Print

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
Invented Landscape with Ghost
pinhole image

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
Boeing Field Apartments
Archival Inkjet Print

Janet Neuhauser

SPE member since 2012
Arch with Fog
pinhole image

about

Janet Neuhauser lives and works in Seattle, Washington. She teaches at the Photographic Center NW and has recently retired from Bainbridge High School where she taught photography for twelve years. She maintains a studio in the SoDo district of Seattle. She is the founder of the Pinhole Project, long exposure community based pinhole photography. The purpose of this project is to give digital photographers a way to experience pinhole photography exposed onto BW silver gelatin paper in homemade metal cameras. Go to www.thepinholeproject.org to see some of the 4000 images that have been made in this project thus far. Go to www.janetneuhauser.com to view her portfolios and blog. Janet has been working with 4 x 5 color negative film in a pinhole camera making exposures of about 45 minutes and printing them from Photoshop. She just returned from a fellowship in Italy in an old Etruscan town called Civita di Bagnoregio. A month long fellowship, she made pinhole images of the area. They can be seen on her website.

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