Some of my digital images are absolute to the image as it was photographed, only slightly embellished using only the types of techniques available in a darkroom. My digital photographs can also be painted digitally, utilizing an endless array of techniques to enhance the final image. In some cases, my final artwork may be built from multiple exposures and/or photographs then edited and recreated as a completely new image. I enjoy using one image to create a collage of memories, textures and light. Each composition is part of a journey. - Janene Bouck
Janene Bouck is native of Upstate New York where she has worked as a graphic artist, kitchen designer, architectural designer and draftsperson. Janene studied drafting, interior design, and the graphic and fine arts at Fulton Montgomery Community College and Sage of Albany. Janene produces photography and photographic restorations under the DBA, Silent Photography. In addition to her photographic work, Janene also creates art and one-of-a kind goods at her home business, Silent Jane Salvage LLC in Broadalbin, New York. Janene is inspired by nature and found materials; most of the materials used while creating Silent Jane décor & the subject matter of Silent Photography originates from the Great Sacandaga Lake Area, the Adirondack Forest and the Mohawk Valley Region of New York.