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2012-2013 Student Clip Contest Points Winners

2012-2013 Student Clip Contest Points Winners

Congratulations to Steph Anderson Chambers of Missouri State University for earning the most points in the NPPA’s 2012-2013 Student Quarterly Clip Contest. It’s been a great year for Chambers. After graduating from college in the spring, she interned in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and just before Thanksgiving started her first full-time job as a photojournalist at the...
Student Clip Contest Points Winners

Student Clip Contest Points Winners

Now that the judging is complete for the summer round of the Student Quarterly Clip Contest, we have a points winner for the 2011-2012 year: Susannah Kay, 20, from Ohio University. Tamir Kalifa of the University of Texas placed second and last year’s winner, Jake May of Central Michigan University, came in third. You can...
Student Quarterly Clip Contest Points Winners

Student Quarterly Clip Contest Points Winners

If you look at Central Michigan University senior Jake May’s blog, you get the feeling he’s a busy guy. Whether it’s tornado damage in Missouri, auto racing in Michigan or a county fair in Indiana, May prolifically photographs the Midwestern communities where he studies, freelances and interns. Ten winning clips earned Jake 390 points- 1st...
Enter Now - TIME: The Next Generation

Enter Now – TIME: The Next Generation

Recently announced by TIME and their fantastic photography blog, LightBox: This fall, TIME invites talented student photographers dedicated to honing their craft, whether it be photojournalism, portraiture, still life, conceptual or fine art, to submit a portfolio of at least 10 but no more than 20 photos for review by our editors. All applicants must...

Call For Entries – 66th College Photographer of the Year – Due Sept. 28th

College Photographer of the Year is now accepting entries for the annual contest. For some more insight on CPOY preparation and interviews with recent winners, check out The Visual Student archive of CPOY posts. From The CPOY.org site: “It’s time! Time to pull together the best of your images from the past year for entry...

NPPA Student Clip Contest revamped

The new NPPA Student Clip Contest is operational.  Go here for more info.

CPOY deadline approaching

The deadline for the 65th College Photographer of the Year competition is 11:59 pm Central Standard Time, Tuesday Oct. 5, 2010. Don’t wait until the last minute. The judging will be held November 7 – 12 on the campus of the University of Missouri in Columbia, Mo. Go here to start your entry.

Scott McIntyre wins Hearst Photojournalism Championship

Scott McIntyre, a student at Western Kentucky University, won the Hearst Photojournalism Championship after competing in the final round in New York City. Second place went to Diego James Robles, of Ohio University. Third place went to Tyler Cacek, of Western Kentucky University. Check back for more details.

LUCEO announces finalists for student project award

LUCEO Images posted the ten finalists for their Student Project Award. The recipient will receive $1,000 along with mentorship for the project from one LUCEO member. A guest panel comprised of Amber Terranova (PDN), Michael Wichita (AARP) and Mike Davis (Editor-at-Large) will select the winner from the ten finalists at this year’s LOOKbetween event in Charlottesville,...

Hearst photo finalists announced

The William Randolph Hearst Foundation announced the six finalists for the 50th Annual Photojournalism Championships in New York City. The finalists will participate in spot assignments, and will compete for additional awards ranging from $1,500 to $5,000. For more info, go here. They are:  Drew Angerer, Ohio University, Tyler Cacek, Western Kentucky University, Cody Duty,...

Student winners from NPPA Best of Photojournalism

Below are the student winners from the NPPA Best of Photojournalism 2010 contest. To view all still photography winners, go here. To view all web winners, go here. ——————— Non-Traditional Photojournalism Publishing Third Place: Yanina Manolova, Ohio University Deanna, 33, cries in her temporary housing provided by the Salvation Army Shelter in Newark, Ohio. Hall...

Diego James Robles wins The Eyes of History Student Photographer of the Year

Diego James Robles won Student Photographer of the Year in the White House News Photographers Association’s The Eyes of History 2010. Robles is a staff photographer at The Denver Post and a graduate of Ohio University. Philip Scott Andrews, of Western Kentucky University, won Award of Excellence 1. Scott McIntyre, of Western Kentucky University, won...