Student photo challenge offers more eye-grabbing images

Before Mars, by Anastasia Brown, first year, second place, Best Overall Achievement.

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A competition for students in the digital photography program at Lambton College has produced another stunning crop of photos, as seen here.

Evening Glow, by Adam Shepley, second year, first place, Best Overall Achievement.

The two-year program covers street photography, still life, photojournalism, studio lighting and printing, and its annual ‘Image Challenge’ gives students a chance to strut their stuff.

The Natural Observer, by Britney O’brien, winner, Nature category.

“It goes to show that a formal education in photography can really bring those creative ideas to life,” said program co-ordinator Richard Beland.

She Knows Your Future, by Anastasia Brown, first year, winner, Portrait category.

“Many individuals enter our program with little to no experience working with a (digital camera).

The 2018 Image Challenge winners are:

FIRST YEAR:

BEST OVERALL ACHIEVEMENT – Becky Osborn – The Geri Freeborn Memorial Award
Second Place – Anastasia Brown
Third Place – Cassidy Cooper
NATURE – Britney O’Brien – The Natural Observer
PORTRAIT – Anastasia Brown – She Knows Your Future
STILL LIFE – Francesa Pasqualucci – Darkside
UNCLASSIFIED – Tara Moffatt – Tunnels of

Darkside, by Francesa Pasqualucci, winner, Still Life category.

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SECOND YEAR:

BEST OVERALL ACHIEVEMENT – Adam Shepley – The Geri Freeborn Memorial Award
Second Place – Lisa Cattran
COMMERCIAL – Adam Shepley – Fire & Ice
PEOPLE – Kirsten Mouland – Deep Impact
PLACES – Olivia St. Marseille – The Upside Down

 

 

Tunnels of Light, by Tara Moffatt, first year, winner, Unclassified category