Neal Rantoul

Neal Rantoul

Neal Rantoul is a career artist and educator. Recently retired from 30 years as head of the Photo Program at Northeastern University in Boston he is devoting his efforts full time to making new pictures and bringing earlier work to a national and international audience. With over 50 one-person exhibitions over the length of his career, Rantoul has just finished two new shows that were in April 2013. One was at the Danforth Museum in Framingham, MA that opened in early April and another at the gallery that represents his work, Panopticon Gallery in Boston, that opened April 6. These two exhibitions emphasized more current work. The Danforth show was of “Wheat” and the Panopticon exhibition featured new aerial photographs of the islands off the coast of Massachusetts.
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Articles by Neal Rantoul

Photographs of the Palouse from Above

I assume most of you know of the Palouse, in the SE corner of the state of Washington. Most have seen photographs from there and

A Disturbing Trend

I'm old. Believe me, I know it. I'll be 70 in a few months. That fact may make it hard for you to take me

Kenyon Labs Gyro Stabilizer

The Kenyon Stabilizer and Battery Pack When You Can’t Use A Tripod I wrote earlierabout photographing aerially. That article was intended to acquaint readers with


Photographing aerially can be a wonderful experience and not difficult or prohibitively expensive. The resulting pictures from your shoot will blow you away, if you