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University Of Montana
Missoula, Montana

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Sheridan College
Ontario, Canada

Digital Noir
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Max Mikulecky
Blue Valley North High School
Overland Park, Kansas

66 West
Max, who will be going into his sophomore year at Blue Valley this month, remembers finding his dad's camera, a Canon F1, when he was in the fifth grade. "I had no idea how to work it," Max says. His dad showed him the basics, and that was a...

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James A. Bollman
Art Institute Of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

The Attraction
"Landscape photography is an extension of being out there; it's...

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San Joaquin
Delta College
Stockton, California

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Monée Fly
The Art Institute
Houston, Texas

Second Thoughts
The photos tell you pretty much everything about Monée’s choice of a second career. Photography was a passion—“definitely what I wanted to spend my second career doing,” she says—but food photography in particular…well, that kind...

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Natalie Mechell

University of Texas at Austin

The Fine Art OfFashion

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Nick Burden
Mountain Vista High School
Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Journeys
A junior at Mountain Vista, Nick’s photography has received awards from Nature’s Best Photography for Kids magazine and the North American Nature Photography Association. His interest in photography stems from his father, a professional photographer. He remembers...

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Patricia Auger
Northwest College
Powell, Wyoming

"I've been doing photography since I was little," Patricia told us...